The PRR 7002 comes back to life at Strasburg, breaking through a red ribbon-bedecked paper barrier. Built in August, 1902 as the PRR 8063, the engine was renumbered to stand in for legendary spee... (more)
Pennsylvania class E7s 4-4-2 7002 has recently been returned to service by the Strasburg Railroad, joining PRR 4-4-0 1223. Here the two of them depart Leamon Place on the return trip to Strasburg.... (more)
A view of Rockville Bridge from behind doubleheaded steam pulling open-window coaches. The Lancaster Chapter NRHS excursion train powered by PRR 7002-1223 is heading west to just beyond the signa... (more)
Let there be steam! This is the engineer's side of Pennsylvania Railroad E-7 Class 4-4-2 #7002 and it's the first thing guests see upon entering the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. To the left ... (more)
The 125th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Address warranted special commemoration, so the Strasburg Rail Road and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission were called upon to provide an &qu... (more)
Once a steam star on the Strasburg Rail Road, PRR E7 Atlantic #"7002" (originally PRR #8063) sits forever static inside the George M. Hart Rolling Stock Hall at the Railroad Museum of Pe... (more)
PRR 7002 is a Pennsylvania Railroad E7s 4-4-2 Atlantic steam locomotive. It is originally 8063 and was renumbered 7002 when the original was inadvertently scrapped. In 1905, the official 7002 set ... (more)
One of the famed PRR mainline engines, the #7002 (#8063) which ran doubleheaders with #1223 for the Strasburg Railroad. It now rests in the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania . . . across the street ... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad E-7 Class 4-4-2 #7002.
This engine is actually #8063 (also built in 1902) but the Pennsy altered and renumbered the engine in 1939 for the World's Fair to represen... (more)
Double-header steam excursion with PRR 7002 & PRR 1223 from Strasburg to Harrisburg and turning at Wye at Rockville, is seen having just departed Harrisburg Station on it's return to Strasburg.
Double Headed with PRR 1223
The Strasburg Railroad ran an excursion with two of it's x-PRR steam locos in June of 1985. Here the train is crossing the Rockville Bridge
PRR #8063, a rare 4-4-2 survivor, glimmers in the light as PRR #7002 at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
At speed on the way to Philly.