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
Railroad Musuem of Pennsylvania's collection includes these two Northeast Corridor veterans. Amtrak 915 is a recently retired AEM7, while PRR 4800 is the original GGI, the only one that isn't stre... (more)
An original Kodachrome slide from my collection; the photographer was not specified.
Amtrak AEM7 #915 idles at the Race Street motor pit. This particular unit was preserved and now lives in Strasburg. A Richard Louderback original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
The 915 heads out of Penn Station into the light before ducking under the streets of New York to head into the tunnel under the Hudson River, while construction to cover the tracks with sky scrape... (more)
An Amtrak Regional Express makes its way west through Bristol, PA with AEM-7 No. 915 on the point. AEM-7s, Nos. 942 and 946 were the last units to operate in service with Amtrak and they made th... (more)
An Amtrak EMD/ASEA built AEM-7 (No. 915) sits on display, this day, next to the Museum's PRR GE/Baldwin built GG1 (No. 4800), "Old Rivets" The GG1 (built in 1934) was the first of its kind and ra... (more)
Merry Christmas, from the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania- the recently retired 915 and the PRR 4800 ("Old Rivets") are being pelted with the first snow of the season.
AMTK 915 joined its predecessors in Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
The "new(er) kid" in town - AMTK #915, built in 1980, now also retired from service, sits on display next in progression to the former PRR, ex-PC, ex-Conrail GG1 built in 1934 know affectionately ... (more)
Saved from the scrappers torch, Amtrak AEM7DC #915 basks in some late afternoon light at the Railroad Museum of PA.
915, so far the only preserved locomotive of its class, sits in the company of other NEC machines like GG1s, a Metroliner and E60.
Now a museum piece at Strasburg, the 915 emerges from the woods west of Elizabethtown, clattering along the old PRR 152-lb jointed rail with the "Pennsylvanian."
Not me! The one Amtrak AEM-7 that has been preserved in full (at least so far) is prepped for departure to The Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.