An aging GG1 shows its heritage, living out its days on a siding at the end of the Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley Railway.
Eighty-three years after pulling the first passenger train under wire out of this very train station in 1938, PRR 4859 enjoys retirement on Track 8 of the Harrisburg Transportation Center.
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"Farewell to Amtrak GG1"excursion was sponsored by Lancaster and Philadelphia chapters, NRHS, using doubleheaded GG1 locomotives to pull the special train. The trip originated at Harrisb... (more)
"Farewell to Amtrak GG1"excursion was sponsored by Lancaster and Philadelphia chapters, NRHS, using doubleheaded NJT GG1 locomotives to pull the special train. The trip originated at Har... (more)
Four days into the PRR-New York Central merger, operations were still as they were in the Pennsy years. Here we see GG1 4935 blasting steam out of its boiler shortly after pulling an SCL train thr... (more)
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)
Sticking out like a sore thumb, New Jersey Transit GG1 4879 is seen sitting among much newer Amtrak AEM7s and E60s near 30th Street Station. In the distance, a Conrail Burro crane can be seen on t... (more)
A trio of GG1s, led by 4867, pass a fire on the tracks at Princeton Jct.
Running from Washington to Boston, Amtrak train 176, the Senator, storms through Odenton, Maryland on the center track of the NEC.
Amtrak train 91, the southbound Silver Star, glides through Odenton, Maryland.
In 1977, as the GG1 era was coming to an end in the Northeast, Amtrak 4935 was repainted into its original Pennsylvania Railroad pinstripe scheme as a salute to the classic motors. It led a northb... (more)