A welder from Conrail's car department fixes a bad order set out along the line. A special thanks goes to the CRHS and RRMofPA for setting up the night photo session.
Conrail Historical Society's N7e caboose posses at the end of a train as seen here the crew is taking up orders while routing around the work crane. A very nice set up and posing by the staff of ... (more)
One of the pieces of visiting equipment on display during Conrail Days at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania was Norfolk Southern BP-4 999. The battery powered unit was constructed at the Juniata... (more)
Thanks to NS for bringing their newest rebuild on the roster!!! Also thanks for to those who contributed with the excellent flash equipment!!!
Virginia & Truckee # 20, a Baldwin 2-6-0 greets each and every visitor that attends the massive Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
An Altoona GG-1 sporting fresh, PRR paint sits on display as one of the main attractions at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
One of the most interesting exhibits at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania allows visitors to take a gander underneath Pennsy 'Consolidation' 1187, an Altoona Works product of 1888. The variety a... (more)
A Bethlehem Steel Company 0-4-0F sits on display beside a fully restored CPL signal in the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
A fireless 0-8-0 previously owned by the Pennsylvania Power & Light Co. now serves as a museum piece for the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
Leetonia Railway # 1, a 3-truck shay sits on display beside a fully restored observation car in the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. This locomotive was never in service on the Leetonia Railway, b... (more)
PRR 1223, a Juanita 4-4-0 spends her days in the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. This steam locomotive made her final run on October 26th, 1989.
This classic Conrail locomotive looks awful sharp in her crisp blue paint as she greets each guest visiting the massive Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
A Pennsylvania E7 in crisp paint sits on display in the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
A fully restored PRR GE E44 sits on display in the massive railroad museum of Pennsylvania.
A problem has forced the fire to be temporarily dropped from 4-8-2 6755, leaving her sitting cold while the third shift yard crew tends to 4-6-2 3750's servicing needs, prepping her for another tr... (more)