The 4406 and 4429 head east under Conrail blue skies, passing under the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge. 4406 was built by GE in March, 1961.
The CR 4448 West, still wearing its Penn Central nose herald, is crossing over from the old PRR Main Line onto the Atglen & Susquehanna Branch at Park Tower. 4448 was built by GE in November, 196... (more)
The CR 4440 West switches off the old PRR Columbia & Port Deposit Branch onto the Atglen & Susquehanna Branch, as the fireman tries to catch a breeze. Trains still roll through here on the C&PD B... (more)
Two E-44s and two GG-1s lead a 3rd E-44 dead-in-tow on a westbound manifest. This train came off the Columbia Branch. Photo date is approximate.
CR 4429 West is running long-hood forward on a hot August day near COLA Tower. These locomotives had a distinctive, loud vacuum cleaner-like roar when operating, and were called "Hoovers&quo... (more)
The 4410 is eastbound, passing the L351-L352 signals by the parking lot of the Washington Boro United Methodist Church. The old PRR position lights have been replaced by modern hooded color-light... (more)
The forty-four-forty-four, still in its Penn Central paint, is westbound through COLA.
In the state of Virginia, Pennsy E-44 4416 and GG-1 4632 await their next calls in RF&P’s Potomac Yard, its hump in the background. Sharp eyes will note the kerosene lanterns hanging on the “blu... (more)
A couple bricks in the pit - two GE E44s await their next assignment in Meadows Yard in Kearny. This area was known as the pit and soil there was always black, but with poisonous looking rainbows ... (more)
Conrail E44's 4435-4405 lead MD-6, at Elizabeth, NJ. 2-19-1978
Conrail E44's 4461 4442 are running east bound at Leman Place, PA. 4/16/1978
Conrai E44 4457 crosses the massive bridge over the Susquehanna River at, Perryville, MD. 10/28/1978
Conrail E44's 4454-4461, are south bound on the NEC at Perryville, MD. 10/28/1978
A PRR (Penn Central) E44 waits in Greenville (Jersey City) for a clear signal to take 3 cars and a caboose (er, "cabin car"!) to Newark.