"Old Rivets" at twilight, literally and figuratively, in her star-spangled US Bicentennial garb, southbound at 60-per with a Truc-Train. The engineer gives a hearty wave from the cab of... (more)
Famous GG1 #4800 was retired by Conrail and donated to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. On the morning of March 10. 1980, #4800 has arrived at the museum and is being shoved into the museum y... (more)
"Old Rivets" in her US Bicentennial dress is tripleheading eastbound, with all units front-pans up. (Standard PRR-PC-CR practice for Gs was to run with the rear pantographs up, in case ... (more)
Conrail's bicentennial painted GG-1 leads an Amtrak train east out of the terminal Harrisburg. This Kodachrome was processed in October 1976. Any information on this train would be appreciated!
This old equipment includes the original GG1, 4800; the one riveted-bodied example of the 139-unit fleet, which in 1976 was decorated as Conrail's only BiCentennial electric locomotive; a Budd sle... (more)
Very first GG1 with the original riveted body. Locomotive was only one painted in the blue Conrail scheme.
Bicentennial GG1! Our country's bicentennial was celebrated in many ways including railroad locomotives of all types painted red, white and blue. This GG1 was one of the more gaudy locomotives p... (more)
"Rivets" in newly-acquired patriotic dress
A colorful "Rivets" and friends
Being stored before the trip to the Pa Railroad Museum in Strasburg.
Old Rivets, the prototype GG1 and only CR GG1 to get the blue paint on display at Wilmington.
First GG 1 lays over between runs at Meadows Yard
Old Rivets - the first GG1 built in 1934. The only one that had a riveted body shell - the rest were welded. Today the engine is at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania at Strasburg.