On the first day of revenue operations, Long Island Railroad M9s prepare to depart off of track 13 as train 762 to Hempstead.
Penn Station in Baltimore is one of the great classic stations in America and unlike many of the others, is still as busy (if not busier) than it ever was.
An E6s Atlantic sits in the station with a Bordentown Branch train that has just arrived from Camden. Behind her is a P70 coach. Today this service is run with light-rail DMUs on the New Jersey ... (more)
A boxcab P5a motor grinds west with what appears to be empty ore hoppers (probably coming from South Amboy and heading to PA coal fields). When first built in 1933, the P5a was to be an electric K... (more)
This is most likely PRR train #1077, the "Nellie Bly" which ran from New York to Atlantic City in 2 hrs and 45 min and would have received an engine change here from a GG1 to the K4s. For sure, t... (more)
While my grandmother and I waited on our Metroliner, The Patriot stops to pick up "the other people," taking coach. I only rode the Metroliner when travelling with my grandmother as I was "other... (more)
I had my first cab ride ever on this train, as my grandmother talked the conductor into it against my protests. The engineer was a great guy. I remember staring at the digital speedometer as it hi... (more)
Amtrak's "The Patriot" makes a station stop at Penn Station Newark. I had just rode this train from Penn Station New York. It began its run at Boston at 9:30a, changed to an electric motor at New ... (more)
The Capitol Limited under the train shed in Pittsburgh's former PRR station.
Good amount of head-end. Honeywell Pentx H1a
Business elite waits to board Metro; Honeywell Pentx H1a