||"Triple Train Treat," Page 18, 1967
||Here is page one of a four-page camera study entitled "Triple Train Treat On Horse Shoe." It was published originally in the December 1967 issue of "Trains" magazine, page 18. Photos by J.J. Young, Jr.; text by David P. Morgan. Top Photo: In the foreground is PRR engine #1361, a K-4S (4-6-2) "Pacific" built in Juniata during May of 1918, retired in September of 1956, enshrined at the Curve on 8 June 1957, and restored for excursion service in April of 1987. In the background are three PRR engines pulling a westbound TrucTrain: #2358, #6517, and #6167. #2358 is an EF-25 built by GM-EMD in March of 1965 and rated at 2,500 HP. #6517 is a GF-25A built by GE in December of 1965 and rated at 2,500 HP. #6167 is an EF-36 built by GM-EMD in January of 1967 and rated at 3,600 HP. Bottom Photo: On the left is PRR engine #2358 heading the westbound TrucTrain. In the center are two pusher locomotives on the end of a stalled train; one's unidentified, the other's PRR engine #6089 ~ an EF-30A built by GM-EMD in March of 1966 and rated at 3,000 HP. Also visible is PRR N-5C cabin car #477843.
||12/1/1967 Upload Date: 7/22/2018 12:52:22 PM
||ALTOONA (HORSESHOE CURVE), PA
||Thomas C. Ayers
||PRR 1361(4-6-2) PRR 6517(U25C) PRR 6167(SD45) PRR 2358(GP35) PRR 6089(SD40)
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