A SEPTA PCC-2 pauses next to a mural depicting a Pennsylvania Railroad K4 steam locomotive and GG1 electric locomotive. This was a photo stop on Super Saturday Streetcar Special XXVI sponsored by ... (more)
Engine #5875 is wiped down, and the crew briefed before departure on this June '55 Philadelphia Chapter NRHS trip to Wilkes-Barre via the Schuylkill Branch and eventually (via LV's Hazelton Branch... (more)
J-class #6490 was cranked out of the Altoona Shops as a part of the war effort in '43 & '44, and, like this one, all were eventually scrapped. But on this date, it was captured in color taking co... (more)
In the shark tank at St. Clair Ave. enginehouse, waiting for their next assignment, is PRR BF15-class #9581 and sister #9588. The PRR St. Clair Ave. Roundhouse is behind the 20th St. Shops. East... (more)
The photographer rode this train from Pittsburgh, and due to station dwell time was able to get up front and record this scene. PRR's second order of E8's from EMD came in Tuscan Red, #5701 was t... (more)
A pair of Alco RS's with just the right amount of work grime on the flanks to show off the detail wait for a move in this 1956 view.
Taken in the East Altoona pit with a PRR Police escort, 2 versions of PRR "heritage".
As seen from the coaling tower, oil-burning leased ATSF "Texas" type #5034 waits for another coal drag to take north to Sandusky. PRR's version of the Texas, which also served out of the Columbus... (more)
Heading for Columbus from Pittsburgh.
Conductor and engineer confer before GG1 4857 leaves with a train for New York that arrived behind a K4s.
Pennsy cabins in the foreground, 8801 pulling a cut of cars out of the yard near at the depot in Trenton. The followup shot is seen Railroad: Pennsylvania RailroadLocomotive: EMD GP7Location: Trenton, New Jersey, USALocomotive #: PRR 8801Train ID: switchPhoto Date: December 12, 1952
Likely power for PRR #78