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Wearing the widely spaced five-stripe livery designed by Raymond Loewy, the PRRs first GG1, No. 4800, is on the northbound Colonial at Washington Union Station in about 1935.

Wearing the widely spaced five-stripe livery designed by Raymond Loewy, the PRRs first GG1, No. 4800, is on the northbound Colonial at Washington Union Station in about 1935.

Pennsylvania Railroad K 4 class Pacific steam locomotive on a passenger train. Circa 1930's.

Pennsylvania Railroad K 4 class Pacific steam locomotive on a passenger train. Circa 1930's.

Trail Blazer sandwich - Classic Trains Magazine At Englewood Union Station on the South Side of Chicago, Pennsylvania Railroad T1 4-4-4-4 5514 and M1 4-8-2 6975 bracket the observation car of the Trail Blazer, which is just pulling out for New York on a July 1947 afternoon. Milton B. Nafus photo

Trail Blazer sandwich - Classic Trains Magazine At Englewood Union Station on the South Side of Chicago, Pennsylvania Railroad T1 4-4-4-4 5514 and M1 4-8-2 6975 bracket the observation car of the Trail Blazer, which is just pulling out for New York on a July 1947 afternoon. Milton B. Nafus photo

PRR T-1 5525 at speed. It was built at Baldwin Locomotive Works 1945-46

PRR T-1 5525 at speed. It was built at Baldwin Locomotive Works 1945-46

P5-A “Boxcab” 34704 hauls a mixed freight under the wires on the New York-Washington Main just before WWII.

P5-A “Boxcab” 34704 hauls a mixed freight under the wires on the New York-Washington Main just before WWII.

Cleveland, Ohio. A trainload of iron ore at the Pennsylvania Railroad docks waiting to leave for the steel mill area

Cleveland, Ohio. A trainload of iron ore at the Pennsylvania Railroad docks waiting to leave for the steel mill area

One of the Pennsylvania’s ubiquitous K4s Pacifics brings a Cincinnati-bound train into Englewood Union Station in 1945. Besides the PRR, the South Side Chicago depot served trains of the NYC, NKP, and RI

One of the Pennsylvania’s ubiquitous K4s Pacifics brings a Cincinnati-bound train into Englewood Union Station in 1945. Besides the PRR, the South Side Chicago depot served trains of the NYC, NKP, and RI

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