Sunrise On The Susquehanna. On November 17, 2020, Norfolk Southern Train 21G (Port Newark, NJ-Ashland Avenue Yard - Chicago, IL [BNSF]) was crossing the famous Rockville Bridge, the longest... (more)
As the sun sets, NS 275 with two NS GEs up front crosses over the Philadelphia & Reading Bridge in Harrisburg as it heads westbound on the NS Lurgan Branch.
Norfolk Southern SD70ACe #1067, the Reading Heritage Unit leads W/B container train 257 after it’s repaint at Milepost 117 in Cove, PA
203 heads through CP-Capitol with a standard cab Dash 8 leading and a KCS SD70MAC third out.
HH11 shoves west with a single ex-CR GP40-2 for power.
The first steam excursion in the Harrisburg area in decades comes out of downtown.
765 accelerates into Harrisburg with an excursion train.
Showing some of its faded New Haven orange paint, Penn Central E40 4974 has been put out to pasture in the Harrisburg engine terminal. Sadly, none of these classic electrics eluded the scrapper.
Built in 1955, the New Haven’s ten class EP5 electrics were delivered in an eye-catching orange, black, and white paint scheme that immediately inspired Lionel and American toy replicas. When th... (more)
Dream Becomes Reality…
"The Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) T1 Steam Locomotive Trust is a non-profit organization that believes in thinking differently about preservation. Through hard wor... (more)
There just aren't many photographs of Pennsy's 4-4-4-4 T1's on RP.... yet!
NS 12Z, with a solid EMD lashup, sits halted over the beautiful ex-Reading lines bridge that crosses the Susquehanna river in Harrisburg Pennsylvania.
Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey’s Blue Unit circus train moves west through Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. A Conrail SD40 and an SD40-2 lead train CIR-111.
Something you didn't see too often- a GG-1 coupled to an F40PHR. The occasion was the "Farewell to the GG-1" excursion by the Lancaster Chapter NRHS; a circle trip using the PRR mainlin... (more)
A pair of ex-EL SD45-2s lead trash train 65J west in the heavy snow as they pass through Harrisburg.