At the Lake Shore Railway Museum in North East, PA, one can see what is perhaps the brightest engine in museum inventory anywhere in the United States. The 1980 General Electric built B30-7 ex-C&O... (more)
It was an exciting day for the Lake Shore Railway Museum in North East, PA. CSX has just delivered the locomotive a few hours, and the museum had just moved the locomotive into position next to a... (more)
Beautifully restored Chessie System (C&O) B30-7 8272 greets the early morning sky at the Lake Shore Railway Museum in North East, Pennsylvania.
Three Amtrak paint schemes in one photo. Amtrak Lake Shore Limited passes a retired Amtrak coach at the Lake Shore Railway Museum.
The sun begins to rise over the new addition to the Lake Shore Railway Museum, the C&O 8272, restored to Chessie System paint at CSX's Huntington, WV shops.
The NYC 2500 is transformed into the P&LE 2800 at the Lake Shore Railway Museum for the annual Night at the Museum event.
On a warm summer night in the early 80's, the conductor of a work train in the process of removing the second track chats with the local section foreman before tying up for the night. This is typ... (more)
June, 1988- a brand new GMC hi-rail truck passes a ratty ex-NYC U25b tied down on a siding.
This shot was taken at the Lake Shore Railway Museum's annual Night at the Railroad Museum event, hel... (more)
Northwestern Pennsylvania, sometime in the mid-1980's. An eastbound freight behind a battered ex-PC U25b waits in the hole for a recrew as a short westbound local zips by on the main. With fusee... (more)
A conductor gets ready to grab a new set of train orders from the operator during "Night at the Railway Museum"
An operator hoops up orders to a conductor on the caboose of a passing train during a night photo shoot at the Lake Shore Railway Museum. Lighting, actors, and props by NetzlofDesign.
Old Meets New- A New York Central U25B is parked alongside a Norfolk Southern Dash-8 while their crews interact. Lighting and actors provided by NetzlofDesign.
One of the last remaining "Little Joes" sits near the CSX mainline in Northeast, PA. What kind of tower is in the foreground and where would it have been used?
Resting in a yard.
Making its debut on RP.net is this interesting locomotive. Built by Heisler Locomotive Works in Erie in 1937, this fireless locomotive ran on superheated water. It worked for the Cleveland Illum... (more)