Built as CB&Q 9977 in 53', IPH 101 still rocks its former Illinois Central paint in November of 2018 at Kokomo, Ind. while being leased by the Indiana Transportation Museum. As the locmotive idles... (more)
HEP-equipped Amtrak E8 495 and three cars made up a northbound New Haven-Springfield train outside Wallingford, CT. The 495 was one of five ex-PRR E8s that received HEP generators to make them com... (more)
With Boston's landmark Hancock Building in the background, an Amtrak E8/F40 team is about to depart the open air platforms at Back Bay with a corridor train for Washington. Tracks in this area are... (more)
Once upon a National Train Day. May 10, 2014, Juniata Terminal E8A 5809 (ex-Conrail 4020, exx-Amtrak 315 [and others], nee-PRR 5809), was on display at Philadelphia 30th Street Station in Philadel... (more)
A pair of ex-PRR E8s lead a Penn Central Providence-Boston commuter train under one of the semaphore signal bridges that guarded the approaches to Boston's South Station. These lower quadrant sema... (more)
As the morning rush hour winds down at Boston's South Station, a long Penn Central commuter train that has turned on the loop backs into a platform while a GP9 stands by. Ex-PRR E8s and ex-NH GP9... (more)
Tom Golden photo.
Sunday morning at Bay Head Yard
Conrail OCS eastbound crosses former Erie RR Starrucca Viaduct built 1847-1848. The Conrail executive E8 is on "home rails" as it started out as Erie 833. The track under the viaduct is ... (more)
A Penn Central Boston-Washington train rolls through the big cut at Groton, CT, behind a pair of ex-PRR E8s, which by the summer of 1969 had taken over the ex-NH Shore Line from FL9s. This cut was... (more)
Elimination of Rock Island passenger trains and shortage of working freight units has a pair of E8As leading an eastbound freight.
The days leading up to "Streamliners at Spencer" provided all sorts of colorful, wild, and unconventional locomotive consists. Such is the case here, as Southern 6900 retrieved Union Pac... (more)
Amtrak's Inter American is serviced during its layover in St. Louis.
The all-stops local on the St. Louis- Oklahoma City run for thirty years was the WILL ROGERS. It is shown here making its Tulsa, OK pause on February 3, 1965.