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Pennsylvania P5a box-cab electric 4701 pauses at Manhattan Transfer, N.J., in the early 1930s. Problems with axle cracking convinced the PRR that the P5s were unsuitable for high-speed passenger service

Pennsylvania box-cab electric 4701 pauses at Manhattan Transfer, N., in the early Problems with axle cracking convinced the PRR that the were unsuitable for high-speed passenger service

Wow a shop full of GG1s! Pennsylvania Railroad electric locomotive shops, Wilmington, DE....

Wow, a shop full of Pennsylvania Railroad electric locomotive shops, Wilmington, DE.

Undated image of a Pennsylvania Railroad train.  (Baltimore Museum of Industry)

Undated photograph of Pennsylvania Railroad Train. (Baltimore Museum of Industry)

PRR's electric empire | Classic Trains Magazine

renumbered from 4899 but still wearing its original striping, stands beside Pacific 5426 at Zoo interlocking, Philadelphia, on November

The Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines

The Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines was owned by the PRR and Reading railroads and served primarily as a commuter line for southern New Jersey, a role it still serves today.

StL Passenger Trains

StL Passenger Trains

RailPictures.Net Photo: PRR 4460 Pennsylvania Railroad E-44 at Alexandria, Virginia by Steve Patterson

Net Photo: PRR 4460 Pennsylvania Railroad at Alexandria, Virginia by Steve Patterson

Pennsylvania Railroad's one-of-a-kind "American Railroads" commemorative GG-1 #4902 on the move!

Pennsylvania Railroad's one-of-a-kind "American Railroads" commemorative on the move!

Pennsy P5a in the snow | Classic Trains Magazine

Pennsylvania Railroad electric 4737 brings a freight into Philadelphia from the west after a heavy snowfall in early The motor is passing the station at Overbrook, PA

PRR 4893 Pennsylvania Railroad GG-1 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by John Dziobko www.godfatherrails.com

Pennsylvania Railroad No. 4893 and a sister, sit side-by-side with their Army-Navy Special trains in Pennsylvania Yard in November