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)
The private car "Braddock Inn" brings up the rear of Amtrak 68 as it leaves Plattsburgh, NY, heading back to New York City. The car was recently restored, and was originally built in 194... (more)
The Pennsylvania Railroad's Christiana freight house, built in 1859, stands proud today, lovingly restored by the Lancaster Chapter NRHS. The building was originally used for freight and passenger... (more)
This tower is a one of a kind single story brick building, containing a 39-lever Union Switch & Signal Model P interlocking machine. In its heyday, PARK interlocking was a 4-track fu... (more)
Parkesburg Station - former Pennsylvania Railroad, built in 1906 The station was at one time the western-most stop for the SEPTA commuter Paoli /Thorndale line until 1990. It was truncated to Do... (more)
Haverford Station - eastbound.
This two story brick and concrete station was built in 1916 and sits on the eastbound side of the track. Oddly it compliments a surviving earlier, more ornate s... (more)
A westbound helper set approaches the PRR era PT261 signal bridge just after midnight.
The private car "Braddock Inn" brings up the rear of Amtrak 69 as it stops at the Westport, NY station en route to Montreal. The former PRR coach has been recently restored to it's origi... (more)
A rediscovered negative shows PRR K4sa 612 sitting at the South Amboy engine terminal on a hot June day. The engine had arrived early with a 12 car train from Bay Head. K4s 5379 sits behind. An em... (more)
The Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 #4935 in its Brunswick Green. It is one of 15 remaining PRR GG1 locomotives, and one of two at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.