Mark the date - May 24, 2019. NJ TRANSIT announced on twitter (https://twitter.com/NJTRANSIT/status/1100905993330982913) that is when Atlantic City Line service will return. In one of the classic ... (more)
The morning sun illuminates the Downbeach hotels and casinos of Atlantic City as an early train from Philadelphia crosses the 1922 swing bridge spanning Beach Thorofare... (more)
The diminutive PRR 4-4-2, #460, waits under the coal chute at Atlantic City as John's friend Bill Rosenberg looks on. The friendly PRSL employe partially dden by the coal chute supports, allowed t... (more)
On the PRSL Engine No. 460 is at Atlantic City' NJ after a fantrip run from Newark, NJ. This is Johns 1000th photo for Railpictures.net. Many thanks to all for allowing him to share his images.... (more)
PRSL power poses on the Atlantic City turntable. PRSL Class BS15ms.
Numerically straight K4 #5432 still works PRSL trains during the summer season.
Reading Pacifics wait for work at the Atlantic City end of the PRSL system. Summer season trains from Philadelphia kept these modern yet obsolete steam engines in service a bit longer than they o... (more)
Action at Atlantic City from Mayday 1954, seen through a Ansco-Color transparency.
Working the platforms at Atlantic City, 0-6-0 B6sb #721 was a product of Altoona, one of 238 built 1915-26.
PRR utilized 0-4-0's in a few places, Atlantic City among them. A5s #713 was a product of the Altoona shops, one of 47 built 1916-24, and featured a Belpaire firebox and Walschaerts valve gear. N... (more)
A brute from the Reading simmers in Atlantic City.
Baldwin passenger power with a steam generator supplying the mood and heat for the train sits at the platform in Atlantic City. A further study to the left of the train reveals a steam-powered mo... (more)
The 0-4-0 switchers weren't found in many PRR locations, but Atlantic City was one where they could be seen. A5s #713 worked the passenger terminal. McGregor Color original.
#721 moves up to grab an inbound and drag it out. Click on "PRR 721" above for the preceeding shot on this roll of film. PRR Class B6sb.
The depot shifter moves in to pull a cut of inbound coaches at the Atlantic City platform. Click on "PRR 721" above for additional views. PRR Class B6sb.