Category: clocker

1952 ClockerNew York City to PhiladelphiaPRRTh…

1952 Clocker
New York City to Philadelphia
PRR

The consist includes a GG1, a hw baggage car, a hw 28-seat – 1 DR parlor car, a hw diner, and six hw coaches.

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Two big GG1s roll a southbound 13-car &ldquo…

Two big GG1s roll a southbound 13-car “clocker” into Princeton Junction, NJ for a station stop.

April 25, 1971

Six days before Amtrak, southbound PC Metrol…

Six days before Amtrak, southbound PC Metroliner 109 overtakes a GG1-led Clocker in a reverse curve just north of Monmouth Jct, NJ.

April 25, 1971

PC wreck phila clocker sept 69 by John W. Bar…

P-C wreck phila clocker sept 69

PC wreck phila clocker sept 69 by John W. Barriger III National Railroad Library

Clocker to NYCPhiladelphia, PA 7/3/1969

Clocker to NYC
Philadelphia, PA

7/3/1969

A GG1 glides through Elizabeth with a Philad…

A GG1 glides through Elizabeth with a Philadelphia-bound “Clocker”.

1/12/1966

AMTRAK clocker at Mantua Flying toaster 909 brings it’s…

AMTRAK clocker at Mantua

Flying toaster 909 brings it’s coaches southbound on the NEC at Mantua in Philadelphia on a sunny day.

9/28/2005

Clocker Amtrak AEM7 919 is working hard this Labor Day, pulling…

Clocker

Amtrak AEM7 919 is working hard this Labor Day, pulling the coaches southbound around the bend and under the PRR signal bridge at Septa’s Prospect Park Station on a sunny afternoon.

9/5/2005

Nice sunny morning greets Amtrak clocker AEM-7 doubleheader as…

Nice sunny morning greets Amtrak clocker AEM-7 doubleheader as the train slows northward for a station stop ahead at 30th Street Station. Concrete tie train to the right.

July 20, 2005

Amtrak clocker led by AEM7 926 blows southbound on the…

Amtrak clocker led by AEM7 926 blows southbound on the northeast corridor under the PRR signals at Septa’s Moore-Prospect Park commuter station on a sunny afternoon.

5/22/2005