PRR "GG-1" Locomotives: Data, Photos, History & More
The iconic GG-1 is the most well known electric locomotive in the world. The model was quick and reliable that it remained in service from 1935 through 1983.
PC 4436 Conrail E-44 at Washington Boro, Pennsylvania by Bob Kise
High quality photograph of Conrail E-44 # PC 4436 at Washington Boro, Pennsylvania, USA.
PC 6072 Penn Central EMD SD40 at West Detroit, Michigan by Center for Railroad Photography and Art
High quality photograph of Penn Central EMD SD40 # PC 6072 at West Detroit, Michigan, USA.
Trackside Classic: Pennsylvania RR GG1 #4935
(first posted 5/31/13) The Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 electric locomotive can lay claim to a number of “firsts”, one of which was that it was the longest lasting locomotive in […]
PRR's electric empire
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