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Owner: Pennsylvania Railroad
Model:EMD E7ABuilt As:PRR 5867 (E7A)
Serial Number:7837Order No:E1113
Frame Number:E1113-A2Built:3/1949
Notes:PRR Class EP-20.
Other locos with this serial:  PC 4227(E7A) PRR 5867(E7A)
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"Busiest Mountain Railroad," Page 30, 1957
Title:  "Busiest Mountain Railroad," Page 30, 1957
Description:  Here is page 15 of a 15-page cover article by David P. Morgan entitled "World's Busiest Mountain Railroad." It was published originally in the April 1957 issue of "Trains" magazine, page 30. Photo by Philip R. Hastings. Photo Caption: "What the helper crew sees ot the train it assists." Partially visible here is Pennsylvania Railroad engine #5867, an EP-20 built by GM-EMD in March of 1949 and rated at 2,000 horsepower. Barely visible in the distance is the Altoona Passenger Station.
Photo Date:  4/1/1957  Upload Date: 6/12/2018 12:44:34 AM
Location:  Altoona, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Night,Station,Passenger
Locomotives:  PRR 5867(E7A)
Views:  106   Comments: 0
PRR 5867, EP-20, 1960
Title:  PRR 5867, EP-20, 1960
Description:  17th Street. Here is an original photo that I took of a Pennsylvania Railroad train in Altoona, Pennsylvania, during the Spring of 1960. Shown here are PRR engine #5867 and two other units whose numbers are not visible. All were built by EMD. #5867 is an EP-20 built in 1949 and rated at 2,000 horsepower. It is about to pull a westbound mail/express train under the 17th Street Bridge. Also visible are the Passenger Station and Train Shed in the middle distance, along with the 12th Street Car Shops on the right.
Photo Date:  4/16/1960  Upload Date: 6/1/2016 12:11:18 PM
Location:  Altoona, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Bridge,Station,Signal,Passenger,Track
Locomotives:  PRR 5867(E7A)
Views:  1067   Comments: 2
PRR 5867, EP-20, 1964
Title:  PRR 5867, EP-20, 1964
Description:  Tipton. Here is an original photo that I took of a Pennsylvania Railroad train in Tipton, Pennsylvania, on 10 May 1964. Shown here (L to R) is PRR engine #5867 and two other units whose numbers are not legible. All were built by EMD. #5867 is an EP-20 built in 1949 and rated at 2,000 horsepower. They are pulling an 8-car eastbound passenger train.
Photo Date:  5/10/1964  Upload Date: 8/24/2016 3:19:31 AM
Location:  Tipton, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Passenger
Locomotives:  PRR 5867(E7A)
Views:  136   Comments: 1
PRR 5867, EP-20, 1964
Title:  PRR 5867, EP-20, 1964
Description:  Tipton. Here is an original photo that I took of a Pennsylvania Railroad train in Tipton, Pennsylvania, on 10 May 1964. Shown here (L to R) is PRR engine #5867 and two other units whose numbers are not legible. All were built by EMD. #5867 is an EP-20 built in 1949 and rated at 2,000 horsepower. They are pulling an 8-car eastbound passenger train.
Photo Date:  5/10/1964  Upload Date: 8/24/2016 3:21:07 AM
Location:  Tipton, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  RollingStock,Passenger
Locomotives:  PRR 5867(E7A)
Views:  261   Comments: 0
PRR 5765, EP-22, 1965
Title:  PRR 5765, EP-22, 1965
Description:  Birmingham. Here is an original photo that I took of a Pennsylvania Railroad train near Birmingham, Pennsylvania, on 10 July 1965. Shown here (L to R) are PRR engines #5765, #5714, #5889, #5856, and #5867. All were built by EMD. #5765 and #5714 are EP-22's built in 1952 and rated at 2,250 horsepower each. #5889 is an EP-22 built in 1950 and rated at 2,250 horsepower. #5856 and #5867 are EP-20's rated at 2,000 horsepower each; #5856 was built in 1948, but #5867 was built in 1949. They are pulling a 48-car westbound mail/express train. This photo was taken at the stone quarry crossing, just off of State Route 453.
Photo Date:  7/10/1965  Upload Date: 7/27/2016 10:35:28 AM
Location:  Birmingham, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Passenger
Locomotives:  PRR 5765(E8A) PRR 5714(E8A) PRR 5889(E8A) PRR 5856(E7A) PRR 5867(E7A)
Views:  2001   Comments: 4


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