Note the consist of de-motored Metroliner coaches, which still collect power from the catenary for HEP functions. An original Kodachrome slide from my collection; the photographer was not specifi... (more)
A Westbound Amtrak train cruises along the Keystone Corridor in Paradise, PA.
Mr. Brouse was out on a very brisk January evening in 1992. It was unusual to see two motors together on a 3-car Keystone Service train. An H. E. Brouse original Kodachrome slide from my collect... (more)
The eastbound Amtrak "Pennsylvanian" makes a brief stop at the Elizabethtown, PA station.
In what could pass for the PRR's Broadway Limited making a station stop circa 1949, except for E-Town's 2009-built high-level platforms in view. Today's Amtrak's Pennsylvanian had three PRR cars ... (more)
Amtrak's heritage unit No. 145, making the station stop at E-Town, with the westbound Pennsylvanian.
A somewhat overpowered Keystone Service #614 heads east. Note the #601 is outfitted with a Brecknell-Willis model 29500A high-speed pantograph, like most AEM7s used. It was the only E60 so equip... (more)
A Conrail Office Car Special rolls west on the Amtrak Harrisburg Line, passing SEPTA’s former PRR gingerbread station at Strafford, Pennsylvania. E-units were quite unusual on this line, as the el... (more)
Landisville Railroad SW900m 8651 handled a Conrail Historical Society excursion up to the Amtrak interchange in time to meet Amtrak train 665 on the Keystone Line to Harrisburg. Amtrak ACS-64 620 ... (more)
A SEPTA commuter train makes a station stop at Overbrook station in Philadelphia, bound for 30th Street Station in downtown Philadelphia. The station is a PRR survivor having been built by the ra... (more)
An ex-Westinghouse equipped Budd Metroliner leads eastbound Train 646 at the old PRR 777 signal site. For views from this spot in 1976, see photos 560456 and 628660 on this site.
Note the lack of lettering on the nose. An H. E. Brouse original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
An H. E. Brouse original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
Note the former Metroliner cab car in the consist. An H. E. Brouse original Kodachrome slide from my collection.