One of many READING engines that have been saved by the RCT&HS.
Amtrak P30CH 707 sits among the rest of the recently mothballed P30CH fleet at the New Orleans Union Passenger Terminal diesel facility on Christmas Day, 1991.
A caboose in Conrail colors sits in Dillerville Yard.
Number 2594 sits on display with a lovely coat of rust.
Its owner's plans for renovation never realized, this B&O observation car rests forlornly trackside at Hyndman.
Ex PRR 40' boxcar sitting all alone rusting away. Date on bearing box says 1947
Amazingly, ex-PRR locos can still be found on the NS today, albeit in the Altoona deadline. This unit has worn the schemes of PRR, PC and Conrail throughout its career. Too bad it won't go "back... (more)
Should this be called a GG-1/2? Used for a while as the Wilmington Shop switcher. This unit also saw service as a self-propelled snowmelter for wintertime clearing of switches, by means of a downw... (more)
A final look inside the cab of DMIR 222.
The long abandoned tracks of the 1907 Bow Tunnel are a reminder of the history of the PRR's Conemaugh Division. The tunnel was closed in 1950 and the line relocated to the steel bridge erected abo... (more)
Former CR caboose 18518 sits in Glenwood Yard of the AVR.
Engine Is Ex Leigh Valley , Still In Colors!