GG1 at Swarthmore

Wartime equipment shortages brought some exotic visitors to a lowly Pennsy commuter station
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As were many railroads during the busy World War II years, the Pennsylvania Railroad was hard-pressed for equipment. Many of us remember seeing locomotives and cars in strange places all over the country. A thrilling example of this for me was PRR&rs...

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Before Penn Central

Before Penn Central

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