The fuel guage of a PRR GP9. View more of my photos at http://mst145.rrpicturearchives.net
"The Tahoe", a Baldwin 2-6-0 wood-burner built in 1875. It last operated in 1948. View more of my photos at http://mst145.rrpicturearchives.net
Builders plate of the very first GG1. View more of my photos at http://mst145.rrpicturearchives.net
In between CR 2233 and PRR 4935 you can see the Strasburg Model Railroad setting up their display for the summer months
What better way to celebrate America on Independence Day than by visiting the legendary Pennsy K4S 3750 basking in the summer sun at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania? No finer front of a locomo... (more)
The two big Pennys steamers, K4 3750 and M1b 6755, on display at the RMoP
4858 sits waiting to be painted in PRR colors for display at Harrisburg, while the first GG-1 #4800 is in the background.
A scene that happened countless times during the early to mid 1900's, PRR class M1b 4-8-2 #6755 poses with PRR "J" tower, across the street on Strasburg Railroad property.
This was a shot that just caught the eye. PRR class L1s 2-8-2 #520 was built by Baldwin in 1916 and donated to the museum in Dec. 1979.
The museums first steam locomotive creates an impressive shadow with MCRR 701 , an Alco C415, in the background.
BLW 1200, a gift from the US Navy facility in Earle, NJ, poses with CR 45210, Conrail's former Conway Yard crane, which it donated to the museum in 1997.
Reading 1251 now on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. This locomotive operated in tourist service in the 1960s before becoming a museum display.
Pennsy Consolidation 1187 (built in 1888) displayed over an inspection pit inside the RRMofPA. Visitors can walk under the locomotive to view its valve gear.