Four days into the PRR-New York Central merger, operations were still as they were in the Pennsy years. Here we see GG1 4935 blasting steam out of its boiler shortly after pulling an SCL train thr... (more)
In 1977, as the GG1 era was coming to an end in the Northeast, Amtrak 4935 was repainted into its original Pennsylvania Railroad pinstripe scheme as a salute to the classic motors. It led a northb... (more)
Refurbished PRR GG-1 No. 4935 on its first westbound run with the "Broadway Limited" in May of 1977
PRR 4935 has just arrived at its new home at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania and is in the company of two other "Gs" residing there, the first GG1 built, PRR 4800 "Old Rivets&qu... (more)
Amtrak GP7Us 777 & 780 make a delivery to the Strasburg Rail Road interchange. From there SRC 33 will take PRR 4935 to its new home at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
A Ray Slagle original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
The beautiful GG-1 Pennsylvania 4935 on display inside the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg.
The control stand inside the Pennsylvania 4935 GG-1 at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg.
The stylish nose of the Pennsylvania GG-1 4935 on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg.
An original medium format negative from my collection; the photographer was not specified.
An original Kodachrome slide from my collection; the photographer was not specified.
The Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 #4935 in its Brunswick Green. It is one of 15 remaining PRR GG1 locomotives, and one of two at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
The Last Run of GG1 #4935 #4935 was repainted to its original PRR paint scheme in 1977. However, it only lasted for 3 1/2 years before being retired due to mechanical issues. Here, we... (more)
Sunset on the 4935- its work done for the day, the famed electric heads for the motor track. It will pull the Broadway Limited east the next day, during the last month of GG1-powered passenger tr... (more)