PRR #460: "The Lindbergh Engine." If you look down through history at railroad locomotives that have become famous, most gained their fame not from an entire working life, but from one day,... (more)
The Harrisburg Transportation Center is served by Amtrak's Pennsylvanian and Keystone Service routes, but has an old Pennsy GG-1 on display to remind travelers of years past.
Night scene at the 1985 50th Anniversary NRHS Convention in Strasburg, with PRR light Atlantic 7002 posing by the recently restored J-Tower. Strasburg engineer Linn Moedinger is about to grab ord... (more)
As a young child I used to visit the PR departments of the RR's on the 8th floor of Chicago Union Station. On one of my many visits I was givin a care package from the PRR which included this publ... (more)
Juniata Terminal's Pennsy E8s are passing under the twin 28th Division bridges, on their way back from Spencer, NC. Note the 28th Division's "Bloody Bucket" symbol, right.
Did PRR and SOO ever serve the same terminal? I doubt it, but this shot reminds me of those great pictures at passenger terminals with a variety of colorful motive power.
"Old Rivets" is fresh out of the Strasburg Rail Road shops after a cosmetic restoration into its 1935 one-of-a-kind "widely-spaced stripes" paint scheme. The locomotive, built... (more)
The display caboose along the Enola Low Grade Rail Trail, painted PRR but actually ex-NH, built 1947.
On December 1st, 2018, the Toys for Tots train made its way over the NS D&H. After reaching its final destination, Delanson, a special move was needed to switch the E8's to the back of the lashup.... (more)
Strasburg’s two ex-Pennsylvania Railroad steamers, 4-4-2 7002 and 4-4-0 1223, work together to get a long train of passengers up the hill at Cherry Hill.
Pennsylvania Railroad relics, PRR M1b 4-8-2 No. 6755 built in 1930 and PRR K4s 4-6-2 No. 3750 built in 1918, rest at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg. ... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad M1b 4-8-2 #6755
A shuffling of equipment in the yard offered an opportunity to capture the rarely photographed engineer's side of PRR's 4-8-2 No. 6755.
PRR No.... (more)
Amtrak's New Brunswick Station - built by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1903, the station replaced an earlier 1838 station built by the PRR successor, the New Jersey Railroad. That station could n... (more)