Looks Like The Wheels on This Caboose Have Been Chocked For Years and Years
Thanks to Paul Graf Who Informed Me This is a Pennsylvania RR Caboose Painted to Look Like Reading (Verified By RCTHS in Temple) - Inside Needs Major Work Also
Thanks to Paul Graf Who Informed Me This is a Pennsylvania RR Caboose Painted to Look Like Reading (Verified By RCTHS in Temple) - Another of What Looks Like Several Reading Railroad Cabooses
Thanks to Paul Graf Who Informed Me This is a Pennsylvania RR Caboose Painted to Look Like Reading (Verified By RCTHS in Temple) - Looks Like A Former Reading Railroad Caboose, Also In Need of Som... (more)
Spreader coming though as part of a Maintaince of Way consist.
Built in September 1969 as ATSF 1139, serial number 26845. Also wore ATSF numbers 3139, and 3039. SOR acquired 2002 from Toledo, Peoria and Western Railway in April 2002 for spare parts.
Now a ward of the MN Commercial, this old Geep hangs out behind a garden.
Blt by the Cooke Locomotive and Machine Works of Patterson, NJ in Jan 1889, not a typo, this was first built in 1889! The New York Central & Hudson acquired it in 1891, later NYC X-659, PC 60021 a... (more)
This is a genuine Lehigh Valley locomotive built by Alco.
Heading west, 734 passes by a relic of Youngstown's steel making past. Thanks to Dave Baer and Vic Stone for making this shot possible!
Former CR 8982 waits its fate on the LTEX dead tracks.
The last of the PC class N10 cabooses #24049 built in 1969 at the Altoona shops now sits in front of the Youngwood Railroad Museum. Hopes are to soon restore the exterior.
Ouch! Was in a ''don't know what to do with it'' deadline
Harrisburg Chapter NRHS Flaming Fall Foliage Express prepares to depart Renovo for the trip to Keating to turn the train. The former PRR shops loom in the background.