PRR doubleheaded steam (4-4-2 No. 7002 and 4-4-0 No. 1223) with Blue Mountain as a backdrop. The occasion was the Lancaster Chapter's 50th Anniversary NRHS Convention and a visit to Conrail's wel... (more)
The pair of new geeps are spotted near the old auxiliary coal dock. PRR class ES15m, in service 1951.
From the Dziobko collection, photographer unknown. This is a PRR display set up in Harrisburg, featuring T1 5548 a Duplex meaning a rigid frame.ck Railroad: Pennsylvania RailroadLocomotive: Steam 4-4-4-4Location: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: PRR 5548Train ID: displayPhoto Date: July 15, 1949
Pennsy N5 cabin car #477790 brings up the markers on the rear of a westbound empty reefer block. The ever vigilant eyes of the rear brakeman peer out the cabin window in an era prior to automated... (more)
Empty reefers march west at Mt. Union under the command of M1 Mountain-type 6903. At one time PRR had 10 westbound symbol trains to handle this type of traffic (Tankers/Reefers/Stock-EB Loads/WB ... (more)