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GG-1 Electric Locomotive #4935 @ Pennsylvania Railroad Museum in Strasburg, PA by Eagles9359, via Flickr

GG-1 Electric Locomotive #4935 @ Pennsylvania Railroad Museum in Strasburg, PA by Eagles9359, via Flickr

EMD Demonstrator Electric Locomotive.  The theory of "GREEN" with electricity is ok, BUT.... We're burning huge amounts of coal to make the electricity ?? ‼️

EMD Demonstrator Electric Locomotive. The theory of "GREEN" with electricity is ok, BUT.... We're burning huge amounts of coal to make the electricity ?? ‼️

Milwaukee Road E-2 Locomotive - Kirkwood MO

Chicago, Milwaukee, St Paul and Pacific. Class Electric locomotive (AAR) (Rebuild of 1919 G. built in Milwaukee shop in

Pennsylvania Railroad EMD F3A, class EF15, a 1,500 HP diesel electric locomotive # 9543, is seen at the railroad's facility in East Altoona, Pennsylvania September 16, 1955, John Dziobko Jr. Photo

Pennsylvania Railroad EMD class a HP diesel electric locomotive # is seen at the railroad's facility in East Altoona, Pennsylvania September John Dziobko Jr.

New Haven Railroad GE EP-3 (Flat Bottom) 2-C+C-2 electric locomotive # 355 & DER-3a ALCO PA-1 diesel locomotive # 0760, plus GE EP-4 (Streamliner) 2-C+C-2 electric locomotive are seen at motor storage in New Haven, CT, late 1950's, Mac Seabree Collection

New Haven Railroad GE (Flat Bottom) electric locomotive # 355 & ALCO diesel locomotive # plus GE (Streamliner) electric locomotive are seen at motor storage in New Haven, CT, late Mac Seabree Collection

Legendary Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 "Old Rivets," #4800, the first such model the company ever owned (essentially a prototype with riveted, instead of welded seams) actually made it into Conrail paint. The unit is seen here in Wilmington, Delaware during September of 1979. Today, she is preserved at the Railroad Museum Of Pennsylvania in Strasburg.

Legendary Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 "Old Rivets," #4800, the first such model the company ever owned (essentially a prototype with riveted, instead of welded seams) actually made it into Conrail paint. The unit is seen here in Wilmington, Delaware during September of 1979. Today, she is preserved at the Railroad Museum Of Pennsylvania in Strasburg.

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