Photography Pennsylvania 4483 Posted on September 14, 2020September 11, 2020 by Thomas Slatin September 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostChessie System CO90224 Next PostBuffalo Southern Railroad 107 20 thoughts on “Pennsylvania 4483”Vintage trains are so sweet, especially when you see them in black and white photos! Amelia Desertsong recently posted..Having the Passion for Building and Creating is a Human RightLoading...ReplyA locomotive that looks very classic in this picture. It’s really a perfect object in this photo, suitable as a background for whatever you want.Loading...ReplyI’d love to pose on that cute Pennsylvania locomotive, to have a nice memory.Loading...ReplyMy area still has these trains and fully functioning at that. Admittedly it will get dusted by new models but at least it is nice to see a piece of history. It is used to deliver cargo and sugarcanes. Yup it can still do that much at least.Loading...ReplyThis is a good and locomotive engine for good functionality. The picture quality is superb Tom.Loading...ReplyI can still remember the time when trains dominate the lands. Children will wave when the trains passes by. Anyhow, the quality of the picture is indeed perfect Tom.Loading...ReplyAmazing shot, the train looks very impressive and in grreat conditions.Loading...ReplyNow that’s a fine Pennsylvania train. It looks well equipped and would be great for cargo trips.Loading...ReplyWell, I really don’t know much about locomotives. But the locomotive in this picture really looks tough even though it looks old.Loading...ReplyA classic old train. Just what I like to see!Loading...ReplyAwesome black and white shot. I always love the black and whites.Loading...ReplyThis is a piece of history. It was lovely of you to document it.Loading...ReplyThe train looks very short. It is definitely not a passenger train.Loading...ReplyLooks like some type of cargo train. Its small form factor is cute.Loading...ReplyI bet the train runs on coal. Thanks for the photo too 🙂Loading...ReplyHow long ago was the photo taken. It looks dated.Loading...ReplyThese old trains were built to last. That’s a far cry from what we see in today’s locomotives.Loading...ReplyI have to say that the train is pretty well maintained. I hope it stays that way.Loading...ReplyHow fast does the train go? I can’t be very fast.Loading...ReplyI can imagine how much smoke the train produces when it is in motion. Very harmful to the environment indeed.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.