Pennsylvania Railroad #5901, the last surviving E7, sits on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg, PA. For more pics & videos from my collection see my website at http://n... (more)
A trio of boxcabs wait to take a freight north out of Pot Yard, 1961.
Although he was a non-member, an unknown deceased railfan's wife donated his slides to the Akron Railroad Club. Members were allowed to take a few partially-loaded trays of what were mostly second... (more)
From the Silver Rails Gallery Collection: Plenty of action this day at Saint Louis Union Station. Pennsy 5539 is in the company of a GM&O heavyweight passenger train, many cars of baggage and mail... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad M1b 4-8-2 #6755
This incredibly impressive engine was cosmetically restored by the Museum after receipt from the PRR and eventual donation by Penn Central yet today sits ... (more)
A view from an excursion train is captured by John's camera, somewhere out on the mainline south of Conway, PA.
The ill-fated Aerotrain crosses the Rockville bridge in what is believed to be early 1956, enroute to Pittsburgh, PA.
Bennett Levin's PRR E8s lead an afternoon excursion trip around famed Horseshoe Curve. Later in that day, they would head more)
So much has changed here since PRR (Penn Central) E-44 "Brick" 4435 rolled auto racks northward at Adams Station. The freight motors, the freight trains, the open fields, even the auto assembly pl... (more)
In the dead line at Hollidaysburg, PA in 1964 are some Pennsy Baldwin Centipede types. Because of their 4-8-8-4 wheel arrangement you might call these the 'Big Boys' of dieseldom. Only 55 were b... (more)
4744 poses in front of the Lackawanna main at Meadows.
Junaita Terminal's PRR E8s 5711 and 5809 lead the Liberty Limited across the PRR bridge into Perryville, MD. The Liberty Limited in run to take injured military personnel from Walter Reed Medical ... (more)
A rather weary looking PRR E8A followed by an E7B descends the grade below the Gallitzin tunnels with a passenger consist. They will soon round the Horseshoe Curve on the way to Altoona, PA.
New Pennsy SD40s 6044/6084 head up a general merchandise.
Pennsylvania GG1 waits for a diesel-powered train to arrive from Bay Head Jct.. It was nice to see this electric motor in the traditional PRR livery.