The Pennsylvania Railroad

Pennsylvania Railroad In 1968 the PRR merged with its former rival, the New York Central R., to form the Penn Central R. (the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad joined the PC in

Sunday Streamline #50: The Big T poster by Don Henderson for the Pennsylvania Railroad http://www.dieselpunks.org/m/blogpost?id=3366493:BlogPost:176220

In my opinion as an artist, there is no more beautiful locomotive than the Pennsylvania Railroad Duplex locomotive.

RailPictures.Net Photo: PRR 4879 Pennsylvania Railroad GG-1 at Boonton, New Jersey by Carl Perelman

Net Photo: PRR 4879 Pennsylvania Railroad at Boonton, New Jersey by Carl Perelman

RailPictures.Net Photo: PRR 6755 Pennsylvania Railroad Steam 4-8-2 at Strasburg, Pennsylvania by Mitch Goldman

Net Photo: PRR 6755 Pennsylvania Railroad Steam at Strasburg, Pennsylvania by Mitch Goldman

RailPictures.Net Photo: PRR 5218 Pennsylvania Railroad Steam 4-4-2 at Trenton, New Jersey by John Dziobko

Net Photo: PRR 5218 Pennsylvania Railroad Steam at Trenton, New Jersey by John Dziobko

Pennsylvania Railroad 5901 was built in 1945 and is now housed in the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum in Strasburg PA. This is the last EMD E7 of the more than 400 that were manufactured.

Pennsylvania Railroad Museum

Pennsylvania Railroad 5901 was built in 1945 and is now housed in the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum in Strasburg PA. This is the last EMD of the more than 400 that were manufactured.

Pennsylvania Railroad Electric Locomotives.

Pennsylvania Railroad’s newest electric locomotives No. 4432 up front) are on the ready track in Meadows Yard, Kearny, NJ, March General Electric built these units in the early (Warren Thamsen)

Pennsylvania Railroad - Wikipedia

National Railroad Museum - a great place to visit nearby Lambeau Field for all you train enthusiasts!

A PRR Class M1a 4-8-2 Mountain #6795 sits in Chicago on September 23, 1934.

The Pennsylvania Railroad which regarded itself as the Standard Railroad Of The World was the most powerful in the industry. It helped form the ill-fated Penn Central in

Horseshoe Curve - central PA, near Altoona

Horseshoe Curve - central PA, near Altoona. Half of it is called McGinley Curve after my husband's ancestor who's farm was there. The reservoir in front of it was built by another of his ancestors named Dhrew. His daughter married one of McGinley's sons.

New York by Pennsylvania Railroad Prints at AllPosters.com

New York by Pennsylvania Railroad

The Pennsylvania Railroad or Pennsy's K4 class 4-6-2 "Pacific type" built 1914–1928 was its premier passenger-hauling steam locomotive from 1914 through the end of steam on the PRR in 1957.   Here 5406 and 5367 are seen a year before the final year with trains at South Amboy, New Jersey.

The Pennsylvania Railroad or Pennsy's class "Pacific type" built was its premier passenger-hauling steam locomotive from 1914 through the end of steam on the PRR in Here 5406 and 5367 are seen a year before the final year with t

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