Posted by Ray Peacock on March 1, 2009 
Wow, keep these coming-please.
Posted by Charles Freericks on March 1, 2009 
Well.. just... excuse me a moment... I need to go pick my jaw up off the floor. I'll be back to finish leaving my comment when I can.
Posted by Nscalemike on March 1, 2009 
Thats a real mighty fine looking image...a nice little gem. Thanks for sharing this one Bob.
Posted by Doug Wolfe on March 2, 2009 
Your Erie Railroad shots from the 1950's are super.
Posted by Gerald Oliveto on March 3, 2009 
Thanks for sharing this. It provides another small glimpse of a little-photographed railroad terminal that I have only read about.
Posted by Jim Thias on March 4, 2009 
I concur with the others, and add a "WOW."
Posted by Patrick Smith (Railwolf) on March 5, 2009 
This is really, really cool. I just wish more of the PA's were still around to enjoy.
Posted by cmdrflake on March 7, 2009 
A lot has changed since this picture was taken and not for the better in this instance.
Posted by Joshua Bauer on May 3, 2009 
You've captured the other side of railroading in the 1950s. The industrial crudeness of the passenger service, and the ALCO units look well-fitted to both demonstrate, and offer you a great picture.
Posted by M.G. on May 29, 2009 
I never really liked the Alco engines, but they look cool in this picture. Great shot Bob.
Posted by D&H forever on December 3, 2009 
In my opinion, no other locomotive manufacturer could have produced a better locomotive to fill this picture. You captured the scene that best shows what old American railroading looked like, nice shot!
Posted by ceejay960 on March 18, 2013 
This is excellent! It begs to be put next to one of those slick ATSF Super Chief Posters showing the glamour of rail travel with a caption like: The fantasy & the reality.
Posted by jtull7 on February 17, 2014 
When men and women dressed nicely.
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