Four days into the PRR-New York Central merger, operations were still as they were in the Pennsy years. Here we see GG1 4935 blasting steam out of its boiler shortly after pulling an SCL train thr... (more)
At Penn Central's Wilmington repair shops, a converted GG1 is seen at the front of a line of engines waiting for maintenance. This GG1 was once PRR 4846. After a wreck, it was cut in half and turn... (more)
Sticking out like a sore thumb, New Jersey Transit GG1 4879 is seen sitting among much newer Amtrak AEM7s and E60s near 30th Street Station. In the distance, a Conrail Burro crane can be seen on t... (more)
A Harmon, a passenger train led by E8 4083 rolls into the station. This engine is wearing the railroad's new experimental "Century Green" livery.
A trio of GG1s, led by 4867, pass a fire on the tracks at Princeton Jct.
Near Cliffwood, a passenger train led by K4S 646 is seen approaching another distant train led by K4S 3807.
On a gloomy day, two PRR P5a steeplecabs lead a short local freight through Princeton Jct.
In this Walter Schopp photo from my collection, a former New Haven EP5 is seen meeting an Amtrak passenger train led by a GG1 near Morrisville, PA.
Near PRR's Bayview Yard, an unusual electric tractor is seen switching cars down Monument Street. This tractor was built at the Pennsy's Altoona Works, and was specifically designed to move freigh... (more)
At Rahway, a PRR BP20 is seen running light past the station platforms. In the distance, a GG1 led TV freight is seen approaching.
At Reading's Outer Station, 1551, and I8 camelback, is seen under a semaphore.
Near Russell KY, Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac 622 "Carter Braxton" is seen on a heavy coal drag.
At the PRR's Hawthorne Yards, old and new steamers could be found working together on a daily basis. On this day, an H10S was seen passing through the yard in tandem with a J1.