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)
Rusty rails and relics. A privately owned GG-1 weathers yet another fall where it is currently stored on the Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad.
Clear Sky Above - On Saturday, February 19, 1983, celebrated Amtrak GG1 4935 made what was expected to be its last trip under Pennsy wires, when two Amtrak GP9 “pumpkins” pulled the big electric f... (more)
PRR GG1s and B1s, Queens, 1964. Sunnyside Yard was (and still is) the coach yard serving Manhattan's Penn Station.
That day's quest was the legendary DD1 side-rod electric, which didn't seem to... (more)
It's a beautiful summer day, the State Fair is in full swing, and this bloody nose GG1 is nicely lit.
GG1 #4877 is getting ready to take the incoming passenger train to take it on to New York City
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)
This train is Boston bound under New Haven catenary as it is about to pass under the I-95 overpass.
Boston bound, and pulling brand new Amfleet cars, just north of the New Rochelle station.
The westbound National Limited is passing under the old Marietta Pike bridge, on its way to Harrisburg for an engine change to diesels. The 1912-built bridge has recently been replaced, but the s... (more)
Twilight of the GG-1; literally and figuratively, as the 4913 waits for the next eastbound Broadway during the last month of operations to Harrisburg. Note the ex-Lehigh Valley GP38AC in the east... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
The President A Roger Puta Photograph
One of the seven GG-1s painted in the "bloody nose" scheme wheels a Metroliner Service train southbound past the old taxi stand at 100 mph. Note the two shades of red paint to the right... (more)