Other Assorted Photos
OK, so they didn't actually call it "intermodal" back then, but that's what it is:
This ex-PCTZ trailer was found just north of Moshannon, PA, at the intersection of PA Routes 144 & 879 in early June 1998.
It apparently is now in wood chip service--note the three holes in the sides (there are three similar holes on the other side).
Photo by Jeff Feldmeier. (48 K)
These two trailers were photographed in Lockport, NY, in the spring of 1999. They had been there quite a while and
may still be there to this day. Photo by Rob Warchocki. (36 K)
This is Lemo tower in
Lemoyne, PA. This tower was originally built as "J" Tower, was moved in 1984, and is now preserved at
Strasburg, PA. Read more about Lemo Tower here. Photo taken in 1977, photographer unknown.
This is an old Pennsylvania switch tower located in Newton, IN, just south of
North Manchester. The tower used to guard the crossing of the former PRR Vandalia
Line with the Erie's Chicago main. This picture is from the mid- to late-1980s. Photo by Ryan Ritenour.
Here is a photo of the old PC 2 bay engine shed in Norfolk VA. It is now
used by the Eastern Shore RR. Contributed by Len.
Signs of PC
PC sign still on a CR bridge on Detroit's east side. This sign can be found on w/b Interstate 94 just east of Mt. Elliot Ave.
Photo by Jeff Feldmeier.
Bridge over Saw Mill Road in West Haven, Connecticut. The lettering says "N.Y. or BOSTON? GO PENN CENTRAL".
Photographed on 6/29/01 by an anonymous contributor.
Here is an overpass in S. Anderson, Indiana, with a Penn Central emblem embossed into the concrete. It is still there today. Photo by Steve Hipes.
Who says the "red team/green team" rivalry isn't alive today? This emblem on a PC gondola was
photographed in Kershaw, SC, on November 10, 2003. Notice the fresh green spray paint over the word PENN
under the worms emblem! Also note that this was "red P" emblem. Photo by Jerry Jordak. (12/6/03)