"The Last Run of the GG-1," a special train operated by NJT in October of 1983; tickets were $1. The Gs look a bit odd under the modern cat poles. For one last time, we rode behind a G... (more)
A Reuben S. Brouse original Kodachrome slide from my collection
Note the brand new AEM7 #900 deep in the consist. A Walter Schopp original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
An original Kodachrome slide from my collection; the photographer was not specified.
Repainted GG1 #4877 leads the "Farewell to the GG1" special over the large stone bridge at Coatesville, PA
With a Conrail freight waiting in the siding, repainted GG1 #4877 leads the "Farewell too the GG1" special on the Port Road at Safe Harbor. The massive bridge is the PRR Atglen & Susque... (more)
A Pennsy pickup trucks sits alongside a GG-1 during the URHS night photo shoot at their Boonton restoration facility.
PRR GG-1 4877 was a star attraction at the URHS Open House, held on September 25, 2016. The locomotive was coupled to PRR observation car 97.
A venerable Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 glides silently past a PRR Maintenance-of-Way truck as it pulls into the yard.
Actually, truck owner Ken Briers graciously drove this 1950 Ford F-1 up to B... (more)
The End of Steam
As the last sun of a March day illuminates the Northeast Corridor at Trenton, New Jersey, Amtrak train 82, the Silver Star, slows for its station stop. This... (more)
New Jersey DOT 4877, repainted in PRR’s Tuscan scheme, lays over in the South Amboy engine terminal. In the right background, an E8 can be seen on one of the engine house tracks. The 4877 survives... (more)
"Farewell to the GG-1" photo runby at the west end of Amtrak's Lancaster station. The trip was sponsored by the Lancaster Chapter, National Railway Historical Society, with the cooperat... (more)
PRR GG1 4877 rests at the United Railroad Historical Society's Boonton restoration facility. The group is searching for a suitable location to display this classic locomotive.
Look'n Classy... PRR GG1 4877 gleams in the morning sunshine.