It was always rare to see E-44s coupled to GG-1s, but here's a scene with two E-44s leading some Gs dead-in-tow. GG-1 4828 is a June, 1935 product of Baldwin/PRR/Westinghouse.
Two E-44s led by the 1961-built No. 4418 are southbound with a manifest freight on No. 4 track, which was usually used by passenger trains. Daytime freights were fairly frequent here in the late ... (more)
Two E44s have three GG1s dead-in-tow at the head of a westbound manifest at the east end of Manor Siding. This photo shows typical infrastructure found at a Pennsy-PC-early CR control point; a co... (more)
The CR 4418 West and a sister have 3 GG-1s dead-in-tow at the head end of a string of open-top automobile carriers. Note the newly-installed welded rail on the eastbound main. The 4418 was built... (more)