PRR Class E6s 4-4-2 #460
PRR #460 is seen here at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania after a six year cosmetic restoration that began in March of 2010 and was completed on October 16... (more)
PRR #460 is seen here (fireman's side) back in March of 2013 in the process of cosmetic restoration in the Museum's back shop.
The "lightweight" E6 clas... (more)
A scene reminiscent of the late 20's at the Manhattan Transfer in Harrison, New Jersey. PRR K4s Pacific #3750 sits on display posed next to a PRR DD-1 "motor", #3936 to greet visitors at the Rail... (more)
An Amtrak AEM-7 sits outdoors on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. To the left, in front of the Museum, earlier predecessors, PRR K4 Pacific Railroad: AmtrakLocomotive: ASEA AEM-7Location: Strasburg, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: AMTK 915Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: August 16, 2015
PRR's #4800, "Old Rivets" sits on display outdoors next to "newcomer", Amtrak AEM-7 #915. Just behind the "Toaster", is a venerable Amtrak E-60 #603. Three generat... (more)
Let there be steam! This is the engineer's side of Pennsylvania Railroad E-7 Class 4-4-2 #7002 and it's the first thing guests see upon entering the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. To the left ... (more)
An interior shot from the overhead walkway of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg, PA.
This view taken with a fish eye lens features mostly the rolling stock portion within the mu... (more)
Virginia & Truckee 2-6-0 #20 "Tahoe"
This 2-6-0 Mogul was built in 1875 by Baldwin in Philadelphia, PA for the V&T in Nevada. The engine originally burned wood but was converted to coa... (more)
W.T. Smith Lumber Co. Heisler No. 10.
This 2-Truck Heisler was built in 1918 by Heisler Locomotive Works in Erie, PA for the W.T. Smith Lumber Co. #10 at Chapman, AL. Later it saw ser... (more)
Enterprise Lumber Co. Shay No. 4
This 3-Truck Shay was built in 1906 by Lima Locomotive Works for Enterprise Lumber Company in Simms, LA. It also spent time at the Cherry River Boom &... (more)
W.H. Mason Lumber Company Climax No. 4
This 2-truck "Climax" locomotive was built for the Moore, Keppel & Company in Ellamore, WV by the Climax Manufacturing Company in Cory, PA (near Eri... (more)
PRR DD-1 #3936 (built 1911) and to the left - PRR 4-6-2 K4s Pacific #3750 (built 1920) - as displayed in front of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania on a brisk day in March with the season's fina... (more)
Nickel Plate #757 Built by Lima in 1944,
NKP #757 was donated by the Norfolk & Western Railway becoming the Museum's f... (more)
PRR Class L1s 2-8-2 #520
PRR's 2-8-2 #520 makes it's full profile debut on RP. Built by Baldwin in 1916, the engine was donated to the museum in Dec. 1979 spending much of it's life outdoors... (more)
Two fine examples of Pennsylvania Railroad's might stand on display by the entrance of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
To the right - a 2-B+B-2 DD-1 #3936 (built 1911) and to the left - a... (more)