The Poughkeepsie Bridge, July 1973. 212 feet above water, and 6768 feet long. Now, it is "...the longest footbridge in the world."
A Penn Central-Erie Lackawanna run-through train rolls eastwa... (more)
I saw this engine for the first time back in 1974 on a work train. It had then a quick PC paint job with a small PC logo where the big one is in the picture and on each end under the headlight. It... (more)
Lehighton Bicentennials 3 - After being teased with a sighting of an EL bicentennial in helper service after the sun had dipped below the mountains, I returned to Lehighton the next day. A westbou... (more)
Penn Central F7A #1749, F3B #3466, F7A #1758 and F7A #1804 are all former New York Central units.
Heading toward Cincinnati having just crossed over Linden Avenue road. From my slide collection. Photo by Mark Clark
PC power Potomac yard
Northbound passing through Findlay on exNYC trackage
Two PC GG-1 electrics rush a Flexi-Van mail train (with caboose) northbound just before sunset. Deans is about halfway between Princeton Junction and New Brunswick (Kodachrome X, significant cro... (more)
One of the original New York Central electric motors delivered by GE to serve the Park Avenue Tunnel in New York sits awaiting its final fate in the deadline in Croton North back in February of 19... (more)
A derelict Penn Central obs car sits on the deadline in Croton North, New York in February of 1979. This car was original built by Pullman Standard for the New Haven and became part of the Penn Ce... (more)
E units, anyone? Former PRR and NYC E units during Penn Central servicing layover at Chicago, Nov. 9, 1968.
Penn Central’s 2-car Train 354 to Detroit is leaving a bit late as GM&O’s Train 1 “The Limited” follows it (and will turn to its right) out of Chicago on Feb. 27, 1969. GM&O E unit 103’s headlig... (more)
Just a shell. Gutted on the inside.
Eastbound PC local crossing EL with double track EL CO GT EJE lines crossing in foreground in Griffith, IN
PC power laying over at Hagerstown facility on a Sunday