The westbound Broadway Limited is thundering past the Conrail local waiting in the M&M Mars siding. GP10 No. 7558 was originally built by EMD as a GP9 (PRR 7038) in November of 1955. It was later... (more)
The Broadway Limited is racing west under the old Marietta Pike bridge, passing the crumbling station platforms at Mount Joy. The bridge has since been replaced, and Amtrak and the Commonwealth o... (more)
An EMD SW1 has removed the HEP (head-end power) car from the Broadway Limited and is preparing to position it for the next morning's eastbound run, to be pulled by GG-1 No. 4913, at the left of th... (more)
Doubleheaded GG-1s 4913-4912 have just brought the Broadway Limited in from New York. The crew is preparing to uncouple the locomotives for their trip to the motor track and couple up the diesels... (more)
Sunset literally and figuratively for GG-1s on the Broadway Limited, as the doubleheaded 4913 and 4912 are being prepared to be cut off for a trip to the motor track by Harris Tower. Note the fue... (more)
The 4935 has just uncoupled from the westbound Broadway Limited and is preparing to switch onto the "motor track" for tomorrow morning's eastbound run to New York. No. 4935 was built by... (more)
The Broadway Limited under the wires, 4 miles west of Lancaster Station, passing under the abandoned bridge which carried Colebrook Road over the old PRR Main Line. The train is already at full t... (more)
ALTO Tower has the route lined up for the Broadway Limited, as the crews exchange a few words. The near-position light is indicating a slow-approach, with clear signals at 17th Street and CP SLOP... (more)
The westbound Broadway Limited rounds the big curve at Florin on its way to Harrisburg, where the G will be exchanged for diesels. The 927 was built by PRR/GE in March, 1943 as No. 4934, the fift... (more)
A renumbered E60CH with raised numberboards and headlights leads the westbound Broadway Limited on Wednesday before Thanksgiving.
A battered E60 leads a Florida train south.
17 car Broadway arrives at Chicago pretty close to on time.
Westbound Amtrak train 41, the Pennsylvanian, is speeding past the location known as Bailey, just east of Newport, Pennsylvania.
This is the only time I've ever seen an E60CH and a P42DC together (although this was SOP in the late 90s, early 00s). The train is the "Three Rivers" from New York to Pittsburgh (and on to Chica... (more)
Built in October 1975, venerable E-60 #601 holds onto her career a few more years on Amtrak's Three Rivers Service. Sister unit #603 was later preserved at the Railroad Museum of PA.