Shot from the NHRS steam excursion, (per slide note). A Don Jilson original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
A rebuilt Metroliner at Lancaster. Oddly enough, it is under its own power. A Robert Lamay original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
Amtrak Pennsylvanian WB train 42 approach Lancaster Station passing the venerable PRR color position light signals guarding the station complex on both east and west ends. The next stop is Harrisb... (more)
Amtrak Pennsylvanian EB train 42 at Lancaster Station stop with Engineer and Conductor reviewing their orders and timetable.
Conrail is 2 months old as the Penn Central No. 4867 and another G with a fading PRR yellow stripe are eastbound at 7:45 a.m. through Lancaster at 50-per on the 152-pound high iron. Note the frei... (more)
A GP9 still in its Penn Central paint scheme heads east through Lancaster's station on the center main line tracks. Today, the two center tracks are gone, but the two platform tracks have been up... (more)
A GG-1 engineer awaits the highball to go west to Harrisburg. The 4895 was built in April, 1940 by PRR/Westinghouse.
With Hurricane Eloise having short-circuited electric operations, Amtrak resorted to using diesels on its long-distance trains through Harrisburg on the weekend of September 27-28. This is the &q... (more)
Amtrak's Lancaster Station - built by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1929, rebuilt in 1999 and since renovated in 2009. Currently, the interior is receiving similar treatment restoring a Lancaster ... (more)
A Keystone "motor" comes to a stop under the walkway and by the platform of the 1929 built Pennsy station at Lancaster, PA.... (more)
As the signal clears, the train starts to move off in this 30 second exposure. The train was a special tour, with the Crewe-Carlisle-Crewe sector being hauled by the two Class 20s
The former PRR passenger station is not nearly as busy in present time, but it still serves as a stop for Amtrak trains crossing Pennsylvania.