At Penn Central's Wilmington repair shops, a converted GG1 is seen at the front of a line of engines waiting for maintenance. This GG1 was once PRR 4846. After a wreck, it was cut in half and turn... (more)
In the early 1970s, leased Penn Central GG1s were in charge of Amtrak's Northeast Corridor trains west of New Haven. PC 4894 is spouting steam as it leads a Boston-Washington run passing through O... (more)
Race Street used to be such a neat place to hang out, with such variety of equipment. A Kim E. Piersol original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
Penn Central GG-1 No. 4930 is leading the eastbound National Limited to its next stop in Lancaster. The 4930 was built by Altoona/GE in June, 1940, as the PRR 4904.
Ready to leave Washington with the New York section of the "Southern Crescent". Trespassing? Yep.
Seldom-seen on the old PRR Main Line west of Lancaster were manifest freights, but here's one on a Saturday morning, less than a month before the inception of Conrail. The train is eastbound, app... (more)
A pair of GG-1s switching tracks near the east end of Enola Yard. Note the wooden cat poles. The 4887 was built in April, 1939.
The eastbound Washington Section of the Broadway Limited is passing the L351-L352 signals adjacent to the Washington Boro United Methodist Church parking lot, preparing to switch onto the Columbia... (more)
A venerable ex-Pennsy GG1 (no dash, please...although the pull down menu on RP.net only offers "GG-1") rolls to a stop at Princeton Junction, NJ with a northbound local. Amtrak had taken over inte... (more)
A Conrail caboose hop heads west along the Indiana Harbor Belt with a trio of Geeps and a Penn Central caboose. Tom Golden photo.
Just rolling in from NYP
The caboose track in Framingham Yard.