One of the shortest assignments a GG-1 could get was the short trip forwarding Lehigh Valley passenger trains between the Lehigh Valley connection at Newark, NJ and New York Penn Station. Here, t... (more)
PRR 4935 has just arrived at its new home at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania and is in the company of two other "Gs" residing there, the first GG1 built, PRR 4800 "Old Rivets&qu... (more)
"The Last Run of the GG-1," a special train operated by NJT in October of 1983; tickets were $1. The Gs look a bit odd under the modern cat poles. For one last time, we rode behind a G... (more)
A year and a half ago, I posted my father's photo of the rear of the RFK funeral train. I finally located the photo of the front of the train. My mother recalled that she and my father went to s... (more)
Amtrak GP7Us 777 & 780 make a delivery to the Strasburg Rail Road interchange. From there SRC 33 will take PRR 4935 to its new home at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
An electrifying shot! The Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania collection memorializes various aspects of the history of state. Seen together on the afternoon of September 15, 2019, former Pennsylvania... (more)
Shadows of the past
*disclaimer* shot with permission/ escort of police, not recommended to attempt without escort
after rail fanning at a local excursion line, the idea came about to maybe ... (more)
Tripleheaded GG-1s in 1977. Lead unit No. 4802 was built by GE in May, 1935.
GG-1s 4870 and 4885 begin their trek down the Port Road. Tri-X Pan film, ASA 400.
Penn Central GG-1s 4867 and 4857 sit in the diesel service area in Potomac Yard. While walking around the diesel service area, I saw engines from the RF&P, Southern, Penn Central, B&O and C&O. I... (more)
“No Juice”AMTK 4932 (ex-PC 4909, née-PRR 4909, built 12/1941, B/N 4378) was retired by Amtrak in 1983/84. It is seen here on the Octoraro Railway (near Elsmere Jct., DE) on 04/27... (more)
An Allan H. Roberts original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
A original Kodachrome slide from my collection; the photographer was not specified.
A Ray Slagle original Kodachrome slide from my collection.