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Passenger Stations: Tamaqua, Pennsylvania

Passenger Stations: Tamaqua, Pennsylvania

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Passenger Stations: Weatherly, Pennsylvania

Passenger Stations: Weatherly, Pennsylvania

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New Jersey Transit PL42AC #4018 In Port Jervis, NY

New Jersey Transit PL42AC #4018 In Port Jervis, NY

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Passenger Stations: Allenwood, Pennsylvania

Gregg Township, named for U.S. House Representative Andrew Gregg, was founded in 1865 and is bordered by Lycoming County to the west and north, the West Branch of the Susquehanna River to the east, over which lies Northumberland County and White Deer Township to the south. The township shares Union County’s rural character with farms […]

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1000 Words: All Alone On A Saturday Afternoon

<<<< Last 1000     Next 1000 >>>> Since it came off of the assembly line nearly 20 years ago, Amtrak P42DC locomotive #73 from General Electric has put in hundreds of thousands of miles across the U.S.A., transported tens of thousands of passengers and has been in the company of thousands of other locomotives. Today, […]

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Amtrak’s F40PH (Phase III) Heritage Locomotive

Amtrak’s F40PH (Phase III) Locomotive

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Amtrak’s New ACS-64 (# 642) “Veterans” Locomotive

Amtrak’s New 642 (ACS-64) “Veterans” Locomotive

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Whatever Happened To The Cincinnati Railway #381?

Cincinnati Railway F40PH #381 How many times have you heard me say, “Shoot it now because you never know when it’ll be gone….” Tomorrow is promised to no one and in the case of railroad photography, neither is a second chance. I ran across the Cincinnati Railway excursion train along Riverside Drive near the Prospect Hills […]

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The Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Experience

The Experience Of A Passenger Train: In the 1880s, the predecessors of the Erie Lackawanna (along with America’s other major railroads) provided some of the best meals in the country in its fleet of dining cars. The ability to serve hundreds of passengers three meals a day while traveling at speeds up to 80 miles […]

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