A Walter Schopp original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
After the crew has ensured that there will be no derailments due to ice and snow in the switch, Conrail’s North Penn local spots a car in Hatfield, Pennsylvania.
NKP 587 leads the triple header of N&W 611 and N&W 1218 as they roll through Forest, VA.
Steam Fan Overload! NKP 587, N&W 611 and N&W 1218 make their way east through downtown Roanoke past the former N&W office building on the left. They will proceed east past the East End Shops and ... (more)
The first movement of the Chessie Steam Special, a ferry move to Philadelphia and Baltimore, has come to a halt in Lansdale, Pennsylvania. If I recall correctly, the 2101 had an overheated ... (more)
A set of SEPTA Silverliner IV commuter cars make their way from Philadelphia's subterranean Suburban Station to the upper deck platform of 30th Street Station.
The "Powhatan Arrow" heads West through Bedford on the first of six excursions out of Roanoke for Memorial Day Weekend 2017. The 611 will take 2 trips to Lynchburg and 4 trips to Walton ... (more)
PN'S 7010 hold up Traffic on Street Rd on a rainy friday.
For a couple months in 1977, just before the end of all MP54s on Conrail's commuter lines, a pair of the old cars replaced the normal Jersey Arrow on the Princeton Dinky (aka PJ & B - Princeton Ju... (more)
A Conrail freight train led by a long-hood front U23B (so it's facing forward believe it or not, these units were known as "Long Snauters") passes through Princeton Junction on April Fool's Day 19... (more)
As children play at a small splashpad near EPCOT's "Test Track" amusement ride, Monorail Orange cruises overhead as it loops back for the EPCOT Monorail station.
ACS-64 #603 leads westbound Northeast Regional #127 past SEPTA's Levittown Station during a Tuesday evening rush hour.
Conrail’s Allentown Local to Washington, New Jersey, WJAL-18, enters the former Lackawanna Phillipsburg Branch from the ex-Jersey Central main line at Phillipsburg, New Jersey. This local was abou... (more)
The massive backhead of C&O "Allegheny" 1604 on display at the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, MD.