#13 was an early morning mail train out of Newark to Altoona, my usual method of getting there. At Harrisburg, these Baldwin beasts were assigned the run to St. Louis. The "T" in the model designa... (more)
The company the photographer held an assembly-line job with went on strike for a 25-cent raise in September 1951. That was all the temptation he needed to climb aboard PRR train #13, an overnight... (more)
Engine #184, representing AMTRAK's Phase IV livery pulls past Lynchburg's Kemper Street Station after turning its train around on the Montview Wye to be ready to go back North in the morning to Wa... (more)
That's mountain climbing: railcar from the Pilatusbahn, the world's steepest cogwheel railway (48%), in the 'Eselswand' between Aemsigen and Pilatus Kulm, about 2000 meters over sealevel
The most recent refurbished MLR EMU.
Former PLM four-cylinder compound 4-6-2 No 231K82 enters Calais Ville station with the 08.39 Paris Nord to Calais Maritime express.
Trailing power on #13, a no name mail train to St. Louis, is BP30#5816. Ahead, Horseshoe Curve and the climb over the mountain.