Pennsylvania Railroad Links


        Would you like to  know more about the PRR?  Here are links to web sites for you to investigate.

Society Web Sites - The Pennsylvania Railroad Technical & Historical Society national web site.  This is your portal into more information than you thought possible concerning all things PRR.  If you join the group you will receive their excellent publication The KeyStone. - the PennsyWest Forum is for anyone interested in PRR West history.  It is an opportunity to  read postings from published authors, former employees and fans.  They all have something to contribute to the discussion.  Questions are welcome although it is suggested you use the Forum search capability to see if your question has already been discussed.

Railroad Museums Devoted to PRR - Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg, PA.  The museum is devoted to PRR history and has a large collection of historic PRR equipment. - Railroader's Memorial Museum in Altoona, PA.  Includes the Horseshoe Curve National Landmark and the former 1882 Master Mechanics Building where the PRR managed their extensive testing program.

Personal Web Sites - Billed as the unofficial PRR web site, it is a source for pictures. - Source for PRR related documents including interlocking plant diagrams. - All about the PRR K4 including a picture of each of the 425 K4 locomotives. - Provides information on PRR passenger equipment. - Photos of PRR steam locomotives. - Photographs and other information of interest on the PRR.