Conrail 5644 poses at the Conrail Days event held at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. The event was sponsored by the CRHS.
The engineer keeps his eye on the conductor as they finish switching out a K4s for GG-1 4935.
Now a museum piece!
These artifacts of railroad history haven't seen action in years but with a little bit of magic, who would know?
New to the museum as of 01/09/2008. They are owned by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society & the Philly NRHS and will be stored here for 2008. Notice there are no horns . They were s... (more)
PRR #8063, a rare 4-4-2 survivor, glimmers in the light as PRR #7002 at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
Just outside of Harrisburg, the engineer prepares to clear the shed and proceed East to Philadelphia, PA. (Recreation - part of a unique photo-shoot by Lerro Productions, inside the Museum)
All aboard! Passengers board the lavish Pullman car, the Lotos Club, for points East lead by Pennsy's famous GG1.
Hollywood....Pennsylvania. A behind the scenes look at the setup for the PRR night photo session test shot shows the two stars PRR 3750 and 6755 as well as their co-stars, Pete Lerro... (more)
Part II of my "K4's from Above" series. While the others chose to set up their tripods on the ground, the photographer took the opportunity of being inside the gates to climb up PRR 6755, the M1b ... (more)
After a hard day's work, PRR M1 4-8-2 6755 and K4 4-6-2 3750 simmer in an engine facility in eastern Pennsylvania.