Penn Central GG1 4887 blows through Odenton, Maryland with a southbound Amtrak train. In just over four months, the big motor will have pulled its last intercity passenger train, ending up on Conr... (more)
While am Amtrak train that I was riding mare its station stop at Baltimore, a GG1 trundled by on another track.
An original Kodachrome slide from my collection; the photographer was not specified.
A weathered #4891 is in storage (apparently dead) at Rutherford. An original Kodachrome slide from my collection; the photographer was not specified.
The #927 runs under a double-pantograph order due to a snow/ice storm in February of 1976. GG-1s tended to have issues in snow, particularly the dry sugar-like variety, which entered the internal... (more)
This train is stopped, having just raised its front pantograph after encountering a mechanical issue with the rear one. Two other slides I was not able to acquire show both pans down, and then th... (more)
The Harrisburg Transportation Center is served by Amtrak's Pennsylvanian and Keystone Service routes, but has an old Pennsy GG-1 on display to remind travelers of years past.
A Penn Central GG1 glides into the old station at Bridgeport, CT, with a Boston-Washington train. This NH-era station was a quarter mile east of the current Metro North platforms.
Amtrak GG1 921 is moving quickly by the North Elizabeth station platforms on #4 track as it approaches the Lane Junction flyover. This GG1 wears the one-of-a-kind United Stated Savings Bond logo o... (more)
The 4876, famous for crashing into DC Union Station with the "Federal Express" in 1953, is crossing over for another run back to New York City. It's looking pretty bad here with a ruste... (more)