The NKP 757 and two icons of Pennsy steam- K4s No. 3750 and M1b No. 6755, in the fall of 2018. The 757 was moved to Bellevue, Ohio, in February of 2019. These three would have to be right up the... (more)
The world's only preserved EMD E7, PRR Class EP-20 (Electro-Motive, Passenger, 2,000 HP) No. 5901 at the RR Museum of PA in 1990. This locomotive and its sister No. 5900 were built in September, ... (more)
Quite a gathering of USA railroading icons at Strasburg in June of 2015; L to R- PRR M1b 6755, PRR GG1 4800, PRR L1s 520, AMTK AEM7 915, and NS F9A 4270.
PRR M1b No. 6755 is looking good here in late 1989, except for the lack of its main rods, which are usually stored on top of the long-distance tender. Built by Altoona in 1930 as an M1a, it was l... (more)
An aging E60 in the yard of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. Hopefully it'll be restored in the future.
The motive power displayed here also included PRR 460 4-4-2 that powered the "Lindbergh Special" on 6/11/1927 , and Lehigh Valley RR #40 Budd RDC-1. The smoke in the background is coming from PRR ... (more)