The now-preserved 4926 is seen in this pan view at the now-abandoned Oak Lane crossing during the last month of GG-1 operations on the Broadway Limited. The 4926 was built by Altoona/Westinghouse... (more)
The Broadway Limited is passing under the old US Route 30 bridge at full track speed on PRR 152 lb jointed rail, on its way to New York City. No. 381 was built in July of 1981 using parts from SD... (more)
One of the last GG1-powered Broadway Limiteds is about to cross the now-abandoned Oak Lane crossing on its way to the next stop in Lancaster. The 4924, one of seven units to wear Amtrak's "P... (more)
Spring is in the air as the Broadway Limited passes through Banks Interlocking, heading toward Harrisburg behind some well-worn E-units. Lead engine No. 444 was built by EMD in June, 1946 (c.n. 3... (more)
Amtrak's since-discontinued Broadway Limited rolls downgrade on the east slope at MG Tower. This facility was open periodically at the time to handle crossovers between Gallitzin and Altoona, PA o... (more)
During a beautiful autumn morning in Pennsylvania, Amtrak train No. 40, the Broadway Limited, glides downgrade through Horseshoe Curve west of Altoona on October 23, 1988.
The train formerly known as the Broadway Limited departs Pittsburgh with a mix of passengers and Amfreight.
Venerable AR Tower and Amtrak's Broadway Limited were both running on borrowed time in 1995.
Amtraks "Broadway" rolls under 3 different bridges. From top to bottom they are the Westinghouse Bridge, the E. Pittsburgh McKeesport Blvd. Bridge, and the Union RR Bridge.
During the late 90's, Amtrak's Three Rivers turned into "Amfreight"! P42's 58 and 51 were pulling 9 baggage cars, 5 passenger cars, 8 express boxcars and 17 RoadRailers. The train was heading ea... (more)
Station stop - Altoona.
An SD40 out of the helper pool at Altoona leads the Broadway Limited east toward Harrisburg.
The Broadway Limited. Neat ABA lashup.