Sunset on the 4935- its work done for the day, the famed electric heads for the motor track. It will pull the Broadway Limited east the next day, during the last month of GG1-powered passenger tr... (more)
Hiding in the Hedgerow
Just three and one half years after being repainted in a Pennsylvania Railroad scheme, Amtrak GG1 4935 was retired and placed in storage at Amtrak’s Wilmingt... (more)
Displayed at the 100th Anniversary celebration for Union Station; wonder if these two had met before at this location? (On the lower level, of course.)
The 4935 is still looking pretty good two years after its restoration by the Wilmington Shops, as it makes a brief station stop at Aberdeen's northbound platform. Note the head-end power car made ... (more)
The 4935 has just uncoupled from the westbound Broadway Limited and is preparing to switch onto the "motor track" for tomorrow morning's eastbound run to New York. No. 4935 was built by... (more)
Clear Sky Above - On Saturday, February 19, 1983, celebrated Amtrak GG1 4935 made what was expected to be its last trip under Pennsy wires, when two Amtrak GP9 “pumpkins” pulled the big electric f... (more)
The end is near for GG1-powered passenger trains between Philadelphia and Harrisburg, as the fireman looks to the rear to watch the carman prepare for the uncoupling. The 4935 would have the hono... (more)
All panned up and nowhere to go: Eight months after its delivery to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, former Amtrak GG1 4935 has settled into its new home. Showing the wear of several years of... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad class GG-1 2-C+C-2 electric #4935 on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PA. With it's streamlined welded body styled by industrial designer Raymond Lo... (more)
The crew of GG-1 No. 4935 look ahead as they prepare to guide the Pennsy's finest out of Penn Station. In reality, this is a Lerro Productions night photo shoot at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylva... (more)
Captured from an overhead walkway as it approached the platforms. That's my story and I'm sticking with it! Part of a Lerro Productions "Night at the Museum".
GG1 4935 has just pulled into Lancaster Station with a passenger train bound for Pittsburgh. Soon, the Conductor will unhook the GG1 and place an E8A set on it.
Looks like Conductor Bentley has given the OK for 4935 to pull ahead here at Lancaster Station. A couple of E8's will handle this train to Pittsburgh.
During a brief station stop, as passengers disembark, a conductor talks with the engineer of one of PRR's mighty GG-1's. This impressive "terminal" is located in Strasubrg, PA within the Railroad... (more)
Show Piece. Arguably the center piece of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania's collection, Altoona-built GG-1 #4935 served three owners over a 40-year career before retiring to a cen... (more)