A scene reminiscent of the late 20's at the Manhattan Transfer in Harrison, New Jersey. PRR K4s Pacific #3750 sits on display posed next to a PRR DD-1 "motor", #3936 to greet visitors at the Rail... (more)
PRR DD-1 #3936 (built 1911) and to the left - PRR 4-6-2 K4s Pacific #3750 (built 1920) - as displayed in front of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania on a brisk day in March with the season's fina... (more)
Two fine examples of Pennsylvania Railroad's might stand on display by the entrance of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
To the right - a 2-B+B-2 DD-1 #3936 (built 1911) and to the left - a... (more)
Harrison, New Jersey - 1928: PRR #3750 makes a stop at the Manhattan Transfer station and gets a little attention from the crew as passengers make the transfer to one of the Pennsylvania Ra... (more)
After a long day of hard work this DD1 gets some TLC.
Surprisingly, a search for DD-1 reveals no photos of these unique 4-4-0+0-4-4 electrics in preservation. The 3937/3936 pair were built by the Juniata shops in 1911 and donated to the RR Museum of ... (more)
There's time for a quick nap in between moves. The 1911 boxcab, a product of the Juniata shops, survives today at Strasburg stuffed and mounted. The GG1's on the left don't.