PRR Locomotives

Pennsylvania Mallet 2-8-8-2 steam locomotive


Pennsylvania Railroad 2-8-0 Consolidation

The PRR Consolidation steam locomotive (cab detailed and figures added in '09) normally hauls a freight consist but it looks so good that, in 2009, I purchased some heavyweight-style passenger cars for it. The open observation area has been detailed and figures have been installed in the coach seats and on the observation platform.

The observation car resembles the one on 'The Senator', Pennsy's crack train from Washington to Boston. It entered into service in 1929. The photo was taken at Washington's Union Station:


Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 Electric Locomotive

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More Train Info & Photos

Main Page - Introduction
Overview - General description
Aerial photo - Large photo overview of layout
Photorama - Several pages of photos
Construction - Progress photos and descriptions
Layout storage - How we move and store this train layout
Inventory list - It continues to grow
Frequently asked questions - And answers to them
Tips for a better layout - Ten helpful suggestions
My grandson's layout - A simple model railroad for kids
GM Aerotrain - 1950s Train of the Future
Hiawatha - The first streamlined steam loco
PRR Consolidation - Pennsy's steam freight workhorse
PRR GG1 - The most famous electric locomotive on earth
PRR Mallet - Pennsy's big, powerful steam freight hauler
PRR MP54 - Serving commuters for over 50 years
PRR T1 - Sleek and massive Pennsy steam power

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