PRR K-4s No. 1361 (2017)
PRR K4 1361 sits in the "Harry & Rebecca Bennett Memorial Roundhouse" at the Railroaders Memorial Museum, disassembled with various parts laid out on the floor... (more)
Brookville BFA 4T Locomotive - on display in front of the Altoona Railroader's Memorial Museum - by the parking lot.
"Brookville Equipment Corporation, based in Brookville, Pennsylvania, Un... (more)
The Altoona Railroader's Memorial Museum
The Museum building is the former PRR master mechanics building which was built in 1882 and was once an extensive testing laboratory for the railroad. Th... (more)
Steam Into History's 4-4-0 "York" captured southbound through "Railroad", PA on the return leg of a trip from Glen Rock.
Following the original Northern Central Railroad's ROW, Steam Into History's 4-4-0 York, circa: 2013, returns from an excursion to Glen Rock, PA. The station, built in 1860, today serves as a res... (more)
The crew of Steam Into History's "York" tend to the locomotive at New Freedom, PA, after a day's excursions. To the right is the narrow shed built to keep the locomotive safe and out of... (more)
Northern Central Railway's 4-4-0 "York" southbound through a small cut at Glen Rock.
Northern Central Railway's 4-4-0 "York" prepares to depart from the town of Glen Rock, PA. To the right, behind the locomotive is the Glen Rock Mill Inn which was built way back in 1839,... (more)
The crew of Northern Central's 4-4-0 #17 tend to the locomotive during a brief station stop at Hanover Junction, PA. The train, arriving all the way from York, PA will soon be on its way once aga... (more)
In the dark of night, a group of Union soldiers from the Civil War flag down Steam Into History's "York" with an alert. Seems a small white dog with glasses named Mr. Peabody and his friend, Sher... (more)
Northern Central Railway No. 17 "York" captured in a pan at 1/15th bound for New Freedom, PA. These high-drivered 4-4-0 locomotives were actually capable of great speeds. Speeds today... (more)
Steam Into History's 4-4-0 "York" No. 17 departs Glen Rock, PA bound for New Freedom, PA. Earlier - last century - trains were able to continue south all the way to Baltimore, MD but a ... (more)
Steam Into History's "York" No. 17 at Glen Rock
Under threatening skies, SEPTA's sole ALP-44 No. 2308 pushes a rush hour commuter train through Yardley, PA eastbound along the West Trenton line towards Ewing, NJ, aka; West Trenton..
Yet another day dawns for this Reading Company station built in 1892 in Southampton, PA. Civilization is slowly creeping in, however, as witnessed by the new 3-stroy condominiums absent in 2013.... (more)