RailPictures.Net Photo: PRR 7002 Pennsylvania Railroad Steam 4-4-2 at Leaman Place, Pennsylvania by Bob Kise
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Pennsylvania Railroad (more..)
Steam 4-4-2 (more..)
Leaman Place Junction (more..)
Leaman Place, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
November 18, 1988
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PRR 7002 (more..)
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Bob Kise (more..)
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PRR E7s Atlantic No. 7002 is beginning its journey to the commemoration of the 125th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address in November of 1988. The Strasburg Rail Road and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission were called upon to provide an "old train" to reenact part of Lincoln's famous trip from Hanover to Gettysburg. The train was towed backwards by a Conrail Geep over Amtrak and Conrail from Leaman Place Junction to Wago Junction north of York. At York, the 7002 switched over to CSX (ex-WM) rails for a run to the Center Street enginehouse in Hanover, where it was serviced overnight for the trip to Gettysburg on 11-19-88. The 7002 was built by the PRR in 1902 as No. 8063, and operated on the Strasburg until 1989.
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