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PRR C1
... The PRR C1 was the Pennsylvania Railroad's class of 0-8-0 steam locomotive, used in switching service ... The 0-8-0 was common on most railroads, but not on PRR when the railroad needed bigger motive power, they used the 2-8-0 "Consolidation" ... PRR wanted the best motive power to handle the switching chores at yards and interchanges and the C1 class was the heaviest two-cylinder 0-8-0 switcher ever produced ...
Lewisburg And Tyrone Railroad - Lewisburg, Centre and Spruce Creek
... Centre County, Pennsylvania to Spruce Creek, on the main line of the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) ... March 3, 1854, allowing it to reach the PRR at Tyrone, a town more industrially developed than Spruce Creek ... but it drew the attention of the PRR to a potential competitor ...
Samuel Rea - Pennsylvania Station
... Simultaneously with the tunnel project, the PRR began construction of its massive Pennsylvania Station in New York City ... The project was completed under PRR president James McCrea, and the station opened in 1910 ... built to accommodate as many as half a million daily passengers, and Rea, who became PRR president in 1913, found himself defending against charges that the ...
Samuel Rea - Early Life and Career
... Rea began his connection with the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) at 16 ... He worked for the PRR for most of his career ... He left the PRR during 1875 to 1879 to work for the Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad, and he worked for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B O) in the late 1880s ...
PRR 3750 - History
... Just like PRR 1361 the 3750 was used to haul the PRR's main line intercity passenger trains such as The Broadway Limited ... Despite the attempt by PRR management to replace the K4s with the PRR K5 and PRR T1, the K4s would remain in action until dieselization in 1957 ... was spared from being scrapped because, when the PRR was considering steam engines for preservation, the first K4, #1737, was in very bad condition and only a ...