Penn Central GG-1 No. 4890 (Altoona/GE, March, 1940) is leading the westbound "National Limited" at a mile-a-minute along the weed-infested old PRR mainline, passing under the Marietta Pike bridge... (more)
Juniata Terminal's Pennsy E8s are passing under the twin 28th Division bridges, on their way back from Spencer, NC. Note the 28th Division's "Bloody Bucket" symbol, right.
The GE P32 is not a small locomotive, as illustrated here with Amtrak's No. 514 coupled to PRR GG-1 No. 4859. The G was temporarily moved from under Harrisburg's train shed to allow trackwork to ... (more)
Still wearing their PRR yellow stripes, the 4850 and 4891 await their demise in the Rutherford scrap line.
Two Penn Central E-33s are eastbound on the old PRR Atglen & Susquehanna Branch. Note the weed-infested right-of-way, typical in the mid-70s.
"Old Rivets" is fresh out of the Strasburg Rail Road shops after a cosmetic restoration into its 1935 one-of-a-kind "widely-spaced stripes" paint scheme. The locomotive, built... (more)
One of the few places in the USA where you can see a steam locomotive pulling period coaches at realistic mainline speeds. The 425 is wide-open here, along Lowland Road, with the first of today's... (more)
The display caboose along the Enola Low Grade Rail Trail, painted PRR but actually ex-NH, built 1947.
This ex-Lehigh Valley C420 is teamed up with an ex-Pennsy C425 on the Erie-Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation Society's Santa Claus Special, ready to return to Scranton. No. 405 was built in Nove... (more)
The pacing videographer ought to have gotten himself some good footage here along Lowland Road, as the 425's engineer eases off the throttle on the last train of the day.
Two GG-1s and an E-44 are westbound with an empty grain train on a foggy Saturday in February of 1977.
There was still some jointed rail on the NEC in 1978 when Metroliner Service utilized the original self-propelled Budd MU cars. Leading the consist is snack bar coach No. 855, PRR Class MPC85E5.
Amtrak has recycled an old coach to make a power car, in this scene of the 928 pulling seven Amfleet cars northbound through Aberdeen. The 928 was the 2nd newest GG-1, built as the PRR 4937 by Al... (more)
Three dusty E-44s are northbound at Aberdeen; the 3rd unit apparently dead-in-tow.
Laboring here in a relentless drizzle is about the biggest 0-6-0 that anyone could ever build, dwarfing the pacing pickup truck along Railroad Street.