PRR GGS No. 4909 at Ivy City
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PRR switcher No. 5950 at Kenilworth Yard (east of the Anacostia River in the District of Columbia) in February 1948.  The caboose, PRR "Bobber" 475928" was later transferred to Washington Terminal.
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Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 crosses the Anacostia bridge near the Arboretum
Pennsylvania Ra...
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PRR work train pulled by E-5 Atlantic Class 4-4-2 No. 92 near Benning Yard in February 1948.
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The Magruder Branch was how PRR passenger trains (and now Amtrak) arrived in Washington, D.C.. The marker is an original mile marker at the District of Columbia line of the original railroad,  Pennsylvania Railroad subsidiary Philadelphia, Baltimore,
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For decades Pennsylvania Railroad Washington-Baltimore commuters were conveyed in ancient multi-unit equipment (MU) - some self-built from P-70 coaches of 1912 vintage.
For decades Pen...
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PRR Yards served as a Pullman Hotel during inaugurations.
PRR Yards serve...
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First Regiment DC Volunteers depart B&P station for training at Camp Alger, VA - May 14th, 1898
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Baltimore & Potomac Railroad (PRR) Tower at 6th & B St., NW Washington, D.C.  The Victorian design station was built in 1872. Located today where the rear entrance of the National Museum of Art (Mellon Gallery)
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A PRR American type locomotive brings passenger equipment in to the B&P (PRR) sometime in the 1890s.
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B&P (PRR) Station in 1889 during a flood  - Washington, D.C.
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