A blast from the past, quite literally! BPRR 7803 wearing its near original appearance as Conrail 7803, gives a great look at how railroading used to be decades ago. The locomotive is working a lo... (more)
Still wearing its Conrail blue paint job, Buffalo & Pittsburgh GP38 7803 is on the point of a job shuffling cars at the B&P's yard in Butler, Pennsylvania. The railroad's engine house stands in th... (more)
Rarely seen leading on the road, and with its sibling 7822 off roster, this was an opportunity that couldn't be passed up. BPRR 7803 still in CR Blue leads loaded coal DBBF into Buffalo.
The PFSR pulls up to the yard office to get new orders before heading south to gather up a coal train.
One of the ugliest engines on the B&P roster leads a northbound out of Butler. Just when I thought the 7803 couldn't look any worse, it received mis-matched numberboards. How appropriate!
A former Conrail GP38 leads a southbound out of Punxsutawney on the old B&O. The abandoned bridge in the background was the PRR.
THIS GP38 7803 WAS BUILT IN OCTOBER OF 1969 FOR THE PENN CENTRAL.IT THAN BECAME CONRAIL 7803 ON APRIL 1, 1976.IT NOW WORKS FOR THE B&P RR.
BPRR 7803 is seen leading a coal train to the Reesedale Power Plant in a snow squall.