Keystone Corridor action, 1987, with the 922 pulling four Heritage coaches up the grade out of the Chickies Creek Valley. Note the old PRR 152-lb jointed rail on both main tracks. The 922, built... (more)
The westbound National Limited is passing under the old Marietta Pike bridge, on its way to Harrisburg for an engine change to diesels. The 1912-built bridge has recently been replaced, but the s... (more)
A 6-car National Limited is westbound on Leap Year Day 1976, approaching the now-closed Eby-Chiques (or Chickies) Road crossing. The train had a scheduled stop in Lancaster at 3:27 p.m. and is du... (more)
A hot intermodal heads east at about 50-per, not too long after sunup on a cold Saturday morning. The 4407 was built by GE for the PRR in March, 1961.
Seldom-seen on the old PRR Main Line west of Lancaster were manifest freights, but here's one on a Saturday morning, less than a month before the inception of Conrail. The train is eastbound, app... (more)
The westbound "National Limited" is on its way to Harrisburg and Kansas City, passing under the old Marietta Pike bridge. The 912 was built by PRR/GE in January, 1942 as the 4912. Scanned from a... (more)
A 600-series Philadelphia-Harrisburg train passes the track gang near the now-closed Eby-Chickies Road crossing, on an unusually warm April day. The 231 was built by the St. Louis Car Co. in 1967... (more)
An unusually clean Penn Central GG-1 pulls the "National Limited" through the farmland of Lancaster County on its way to Harrisburg.
Amtrak electric service approaching Newcomer Road, one of several at-grade crossings along the Keystone Corridor in Lancaster County.
Found this center-cab switcher sitting in Mount Joy. Any info about this engine would be greatly appreciated.