Traffic has come to a halt on Bel Air Avenue for a southbound Amfleet consist led by Penn Central GG-1 No. 4890. Note the HEP car converted from an old coach, the now-gone general store, and vint... (more)
One of the first signs of Penn Central's takeover of the New Haven was the appearance of GG1s in NH territory as the ex-PRR motors were assigned to Penn Station trains. GG1 4923 faced off with a s... (more)
Refurbished PRR GG-1 No. 4935 on its first westbound run with the "Broadway Limited" in May of 1977
A view of the motor pit from the parking lot at 30th Street Station.
A GG1 races north through Rahway, NJ, with a Heritage consist.
Having Left Washington Union, GG1 927 accelerates northbound on the Northeast Corridor past the Ivy City Maintenance terminal with a heritage coach and Amfleet coaches.
1942-built GG-1 915 (PRR 4916) whips a 2-car Washington Section of the National Limited over E. Bel Air Ave. crossing at 80 mph
Dual GG1s head up a southbound Conrail freight at Rahway, NJ. Lead unit 4821 was one of the PRR's first group of GG1s, built by Baldwin/Westinghouse in 1935, and it was still going strong at age 4... (more)
A solo GG1 heads up a short Penn Central freight gliding north through Monmouth Junction, NJ.
One of the shortest assignments a GG-1 could get was the short trip forwarding Lehigh Valley passenger trains between the Lehigh Valley connection at Newark, NJ and New York Penn Station. Here, t... (more)
PRR 4935 has just arrived at its new home at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania and is in the company of two other "Gs" residing there, the first GG1 built, PRR 4800 "Old Rivets&qu... (more)
"The Last Run of the GG-1," a special train operated by NJT in October of 1983; tickets were $1. The Gs look a bit odd under the modern cat poles. For one last time, we rode behind a G... (more)