Amtrak Pennsylvanian arrives into the Greensburg Amtrak Station with a 50th Anniversary P42DC. This station was built by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1911.
NS 18N is stopped on the East Side of the Horseshoe Curve waiting for room in Rose Yard, as Amtrak 43 with Heritage 145 comes up to the Curve.
Just east of the site of the former PRR Thompsontown Station, AMTK 119 brings the “Pennsylvanian” west along the south bank of the Juniata River at PT 142.3.
Tuscarora Mountain provides the backdrop as AMTK 121 leads Amtrak 43 “Pennsylvanian” west along the south bank of the Juniata River, opposite Mexico, PA, at Book’s Crossing (PT 148.7) on the... (more)
Amtrak P42DC 119 pulls the Pennsylvanian 43 out of Altoona and up the grades of the Appalachians, only running an hour behind schedule.
With these signals gone this is just a remembrance of the PRR.
Amtrak 43, the westbound "Pennsylvanian", runs Track One this day.
Amtrak 94 emerges from the west portal of Gallitzin tunnel on it's way to the next stop in Johnstown.
Amtrak's daily westbound Pennsylvanian emerges from the Allegheny Tunnel and into the afternoon sunlight on Norfolk Southern's Pittsburgh Line.
The westbound Pennsylvanian rolls under the famous MP 254 signal bridge at Lilly, PA.
Amtrak Train 43 lights up and knocks down the PRR Signals at CP Trobe, and a restricting comes up after the train clears the interlocking
Somewhere on the Middle Division...
Trees, mountains, and hills are all a blur as Amtrak's Pennsylvanian cuts though the Pennsylvania landscape. This is a 3 second exposure using a Neutral Den... (more)
Amtrak's Pennsylvanian rounds the Horseshoe Curve.
Amtrak 92 thunders its way around the Horseshoe on a late summer afternoon.
On track two.