Here's three Gs westbound with an intermodal train, nearing CP ROY and the old PRR Main Line. The train is using the single-tracked Royalton Branch, which connects to the old PRR Atglen & Susqueh... (more)
Less than a month before Conrail, the PC 4857 West leads its sister 4856 and a train of empty hoppers around the big curve near Chickies Rock. The 4857 and 4856 were both built by the PRR's Altoo... (more)
The 4896 has an easy task in pulling only three Heritage Cars by the northbound platform, nearing the Bel Air Avenue crossing. Note the old PRR gooseneck lamps to the left of the platform.
A GG-1 engineer awaits the highball to go west to Harrisburg. The 4895 was built in April, 1940 by PRR/Westinghouse.
The fireman prepares to grab train orders from the operator at COLA Tower as the engineer sounds the mighty Leslie A-200 horn for the multiple grade crossings in this area. The 4896 was built by ... (more)
With 36-year veteran engineer Harry A. Wilgis at the throttle, the restored PRR 4935 makes its first revenue run northbound. Bringing up the markers are the ex-PRR business car No. 120, "Pen... (more)
28mm view of the Washington Section of the National Limited, with ex-PRR/PC 4924 on the head end. The 36-year old locomotive was built by PRR/GE in August, 1942, and renumbered to 919 when acquire... (more)
The now-preserved 4859 is eastbound rounding the big curve near the Strickler Run bridge. 4859 pulled the first revenue run of an electrically-operated passenger train into Harrisburg on January ... (more)
Southbound doubleheaded GG-1s stop traffic on Bel Air Avenue. The 919 was built in August, 1942, as PRR 4924.
The 4894 is westbound, just beyond the Bank Street crossing. The 4894 was built in April, 1940. Photo date is approximate.
A pair of GG-1s switching tracks near the east end of Enola Yard. Note the wooden cat poles. The 4887 was built in April, 1939.
CR 4815 West clatters downgrade with a mineral train at the base of Turkey Hill, nearing Port Interlocking. Today, this line is a rail-trail, with parking located at- "Enola Low Grade Rail T... (more)
CR 4851 West rolls through Port Interlocking, passing the eastbound air-operated switch to the Columbia & Port Deposit Branch. The 4851 was built in June, 1935. Photo date is approximate.
An unusually clean Penn Central GG-1 pulls the "National Limited" through the farmland of Lancaster County on its way to Harrisburg.
A northbound GG1-powered Metroliner passes through Aberdeen, observed by a young man on a bike. The 40-year old electrics were pressed into this high-speed service when the original Metroliner MU... (more)