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The Cuttingsville Trestle
Title:  The Cuttingsville Trestle
Description:  The slurry train crosses the Mill River and VT Route 103 on the high trestle at Cuttingsville, VT
Photo Date:  12/31/2016  Upload Date: 1/2/2017 7:53:19 AM
Location:  Cuttingsville, VT
Author:  Bob Krug
Categories:  Scenic,Bridge,Winter,Action
Locomotives:  VTR 432(SD70M-2) GMTX 2205(GP38-2) VTR 310(GP40-2LW) VTR 311(GP40-2LW)
Views:  4230   Comments: 14
The RS-3 glides past the elegant old passenger station in Cambridge, NY
Title:  The RS-3 glides past the elegant old passenger station in Cambridge, NY
Description: 
Photo Date:  4/8/2016  Upload Date: 4/10/2016 7:41:45 PM
Location:  Cambridge, NY
Author:  Bob Krug
Categories:  Scenic,Station,Action
Locomotives:  BKRR 4116(RS3)
Views:  4298   Comments: 3
EV 11 crosses the Frankstown Branch of the Juniata River
Title:  EV 11 crosses the Frankstown Branch of the Juniata River
Description: 
Photo Date:  9/17/2016  Upload Date: 9/17/2016 10:34:09 PM
Location:  Reservoir, PA
Author:  Bob Krug
Categories:  Scenic,Bridge,Steam,Action
Locomotives:  EV 11(2-6-0)
Views:  1725   Comments: 4
Pan Am's OCS crosses the Hoosick River just below Valley Falls, NY
Title:  Pan Am's OCS crosses the Hoosick River just below Valley Falls, NY
Description:  The dome car, ST 102, behind the F9's is ex-Wabash.
Photo Date:  8/20/2016  Upload Date: 8/24/2016 12:12:51 PM
Location:  Valley Falls, NY
Author:  Bob Krug
Categories:  Scenic,Bridge,Passenger,Action
Locomotives:  PAR 1(FP9A) PAR 2(FP9A)
Views:  1696   Comments: 2
MEC 614 splits the signals at Dog Track east
Title:  MEC 614 splits the signals at Dog Track east
Description: 
Photo Date:  7/6/2016  Upload Date: 7/7/2016 10:37:19 AM
Location:  Pownal, VT
Author:  Bob Krug
Categories:  Scenic,Action
Locomotives:  MEC 614(SD40M-2) MEC 608(SD40-2) MEC 608(SD40-2) MEC 614(SD40M-2)
Views:  933   Comments: 5
CO 614 photo runby
Title:  CO 614 photo runby
Description: 
Photo Date:  10/26/1996  Upload Date: 2/3/2010 8:56:43 PM
Location:  Port Jervis, NY
Author:  Bob Krug
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  CO 614(4-8-4)
Views:  444   Comments: 3
PRR 6468 Eastbound on the Pittsburgh-St Louis Main Line
Title:  PRR 6468 Eastbound on the Pittsburgh-St Louis Main Line
Description:  While waiting for the day passenger train for a return inspection trip back to his home base in Anderson, IN, my father, who was track supervisor on the PRR's Richmond Branch snapped this slide of a Pennsy Class J-1 behemoth. The J-1 class was Juniata built, but copied from a C&O design. It lacks the belpaire firebox / boiler commonly found on other PRR steam locomotives, and sports a keystone smokebox number plate instead of the round number plates found on most other classes of PRR freight locomotives. According to Dad, the J-1 was a water hog; even with that big tender, it had to be watered frequently. Dad also said the J-1 class tended to stay on PRR Lines West in the twilight years of Pennsy steam. All Pennsy J-1's were scrapped; none survive.
Photo Date:  10/1/1956  Upload Date: 1/4/2010 7:03:44 PM
Location:  Richmond, IN
Author:  Maynard Krug
Categories:  Steam,Action
Locomotives:  PRR 6468(2-10-4)
Views:  2933   Comments: 16
Woolery Weed Burner on the Richmond Branch (PRR)
Title:  Woolery Weed Burner on the Richmond Branch (PRR)
Description: 
Photo Date:  7/29/1955  Upload Date: 1/4/2010 7:30:07 PM
Location:  Anderson, IN
Author:  Maynard Krug
Categories:  Track
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Views:  2146   Comments: 6
Relocating a signal bridge on the PRR Middle Divison - Port Interlocking
Title:  Relocating a signal bridge on the PRR Middle Divison - Port Interlocking
Description:  According to Dad, they were installing higher speed turnouts on the interlocking tracks, which had the effect of extending the overall length of the controlled interlocking plant, so the signal bridge at the west end of Port Interlocking had to be moved farther out. This photo shows the signal bridge that governed eastbound movements (tracks 1 and 2), so it had to be moved further to the west of it's previous position. For a different view of this same signal bridge, see the photo in this album titled "Approaching frieght on the PRR Middle Division - Port Interlocking".
Photo Date:  3/14/1952  Upload Date: 12/23/2009 12:52:35 PM
Location:  Newport, PA
Author:  Maynard Krug
Categories: 
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Views:  1261   Comments: 5


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