Still proudly wearing its Pennsylvania keystone, GG1 4891 has just taken over Penn Central Boston-Washington train 175, the Patriot, from the pair of E8s that had brought it as far as New Haven, C... (more)
A Boston-Providence commuter train operated by Conrail for the MBTA accelerates away from the stop at Canton Junction, MA. Conrail took over from Penn Central six months earlier and equipment owne... (more)
Following Penn Central's takeover of the New Haven, classic GG1 electrics quickly took over all passenger trains between Penn Station and New Haven. Now at home in former NH territory, GG1 4901 sw... (more)
This little Penn Central train consisting of an ex-New Haven SW1200 and an old coach was informally known as the Jitney, and it shuttled the four miles between the New Haven passenger station and ... (more)
On a long summer evening, a former New Haven EP-5 class electric, now a Penn Central E40, races through Milford, CT, with a Grand Central-New Haven rush hour commuter train. These big GE motors we... (more)
Just a few months into revenue service and doing what it was built to do, a United Aircraft TurboTrain races through Milford, CT, on its way from New York to Boston. At the time the Turbos covered... (more)
A former New Haven FL9 that has been renumbered but not yet repainted by Penn Central heads up a short New Haven-Springfield train passing the south end of Cedar Hill Yard in New Haven, headed no... (more)
A typical diverse assortment of Penn Central passenger power awaits assignment at New Haven Motor Storage back in 1971 We see GG1 4872 in PRR paint, a former New Haven EP-5 electric (now PC class ... (more)
Still hanging on... This Penn Central sign for the New Haven Wheel Mill survives as a reminder of the past. Taken on RR property with permission.
Former New Haven 2001
Former New Haven 374. Wikipedia says the New Haven had 10 of these units, so you're looking at half the fleet.
Former PRR 9242
A day as colorful as the paint scheme...
An A-B-B-A set made up of former NYC F's and PRR GP-9B's, assigned to gravel train service, waits for a crew in the shadow of New Haven's iconic Coal tower. Photographer Ken Patton visited New Hav... (more)