GG-1 No. 923 (PRR/Westinghouse, 2-43) is hustling "The Bankers" toward Washington on a rainy Saturday afternoon. The classic old store on the right along E. Bel Air Avenue is long-gone.
An H. E. Brouse original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
With its train of five blueliners in the Lansdale holding yard, the Amtrak AEM7 being tested by SEPTA has coupled to the opposite end of the MU cars, and is preparing to return to Philadelphia.
In anticipation of delivery of seven AEM7’s, SEPTA wanted to test the new locomotives’ burden on its electrical distribution supplying the former Reading electrification. A Sunday, the slowest... (more)
Something that was so common for decades is now a thing of the past. A stout little locomotive that became the face of Metroliner and the majority of the conventional trains on the NEC had a numb... (more)
With an approach-medium on the cab signal above his right elbow, the Broadway Limited's engineer starts his train west for the next stop in Harrisburg. PRR cab signals could only display four asp... (more)
A 6-car National Limited is westbound on Leap Year Day 1976, approaching the now-closed Eby-Chiques (or Chickies) Road crossing. The train had a scheduled stop in Lancaster at 3:27 p.m. and is du... (more)
McDonald's used to have those signs stating, "over xx million served" but this locomotive could have one for how many millions of miles traveled.
AEM-7AC #923 makes its appointed rounds, traveling north through Bristol Township during one of the bigger snow storms of 2014. AMTK #923 is one of 29 AEM-7's converted to run with AC propulsion ... (more)
Years ago the areas around the NEC in North Brunswick were all private industry. Some of those industries are gone now and have been replaced by commercial shopping centers making this spot acce... (more)
Pulling into BWI on a summer evening.
A southbound Northeast Regional races through Princeton Junction at 125 MPH on Track 3, while NJ Transit train 3937 rolls into the station on Track 4, led by Bombardier Multilevel cab 7020.
A camouflaged train give it's identity up as it travels over the icy waters of the Delaware River on PRR's stone arch viaduct.
Amtrak train 19, the Crescent, races through North Elizabeth, N.J., en route to New Orleans.