Featuring PRR engines No. 3 Comments. PRR 1223 Historic Steam Locomotive. Here is an original photo that I took of a Pennsylvania Railroad locomotive in Strasburg, Pennsylvania, on 11 August 1963. One day I might get brave enough to try and add belpaire shoulders to the boiler, but that. By the 1970s and 1980s, the 1223 pulled the Strasburg's regular tourist trains. I use it with the Roundhouse set of old-timey cars that they decorated for the Strasburg. It was in service until 1950, a long time for a 4-4-0. The 1905 Juniata American served the Strasburg for over two decades before boiler issues relegated her to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. Available now at: http://www. In this photo, it is on static display near the Strasburg Station. Post subject: Re: PRR 7002 and 1223. notify_form. Joined: Wed Aug 25, 2004 11:27 am Posts: 141: Hello Dolly was filmed right about the time I came on the payroll at Strasburg. The locomotive was retired in 1950 and later borrowed by the Strasburg Rail Road beginning in 1960. Reflective Moment in Black and White. Post subject: Re: prr 1223. Episode 72. Both were leased to the Strasburg Rail Road, and retired permanently in 1989. High quality photograph of Pennsylvania Railroad Steam 4-6-2 # PRR 3807 at Red Bank, New Jersey, USA. High quality photograph of Pennsylvania Railroad Steam 4-6-2 # PRR 3807 at Red Bank, New Jersey, USA. PRR 1223 on the Strasburg Rail Road on Sept. In this photo, it is being examined thoroughly by a host of children and other souls. 1223 4-4-0 THE D16 Class of the P. After that it was moved back to the museum. represents the acme of American-type development on the System and the last of their kind. PRR 1222 Market Operations BPM, Manual assignment of ancillary services - fifteen minute market interval determination. I remember one of my jobs was to wash the fake dirt off the sides of the cars. The locomotive spent of it's life to haul crack passenger trains on the Pennsylvania Railroad. In 1917 it was rebuilt to D16sb. A longtime member of Strasburg's roster, PRR D16sb 4-4-0 1223 approaches the coaling dock at Strasburg. 69 Favourites. Media in category "Pennsylvania Railroad 1223". rlkitterman. 7002 and 1223 pulling PRR and ex-Erie-Lackawanna coaches on many high speed run-bys, as well as stops at Thorndale and. 5' x 26" cylinders. 1223 was restored to operating condition in 1965 and operated on the Strasburg Railroad with 7002 as late as 1989. Shown here is PRR engine #1223, a D-16SB (4-4-0) "American" built in Juniata during November of 1905. 1223 was home built by PRR at its Juniata Shops in Altoona, Pennsylvania in 1905. The 1905 Juniata American served the Strasburg for over two decades before boiler issues relegated her to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. rlkitterman. 1361 was built by the PRR in its own Altoona Works in 1918. PRR MAIN LINE STEAM This action packed video opening at Strasburg and following the double headed steam special to 30th. Both were leased to the Strasburg Rail Road, and retired permanently in 1989. Posted: Sun Apr 14, 2002 3:04 am. Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) No. PRR 1223, famous for its use in the 1969 film Hello, Dolly!, and PRR 7002 (originally #8063), a re-creation of the famous original PRR #7002, which set an unofficial land speed record in 1905 by traveling at 127. description: Notify me when this product is available: Built for the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) in 1905 by Altoona Works, this 4-4-0 American steam locomotive provided six decades of passenger service until it's retirement in 1965. Ringling Bros. 1223 on display. 0 Comments. This exciting program features two restored Pennsylvania Railroad steam locomotives, Class 'E-7' 4-4-2 number 7002 and Class 'D-16sb' 4-4-0 number 1223 are presented to head three outings sponsored by the Strasburg Railroad. I can't figure out how to post pictures on here but when I figure it out I will. 1223 from the Pennsylvania Railroad and restored it to operating condition. PRR 1223 and 7002. Featuring PRR engines No. Disposition. This video shows footage taken June 17 & 18 in 1989 at the Strasburg Railroad during a Photographer's Special Charter Event that took place over those two da. JPG 3,072 × 1,728; 2. In 1965 the Strasburg Rail Road in Strasburg, Pennsylvania, leased No. Doubleheader! PRR 1223 and 7002. 5' x 26" cylinders. After that it was moved back to the museum. The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total. S01 E73 More Roarin' Runbys. 18 Favourites. The T1 had a standard PRR 3-chime passenger whistle. Nikon D750 24~120mm f4 lens: 2019071101ph. Railroad: Pennsylvania Railroad Locomotive: Steam 4-4-0 Location: Leaman Place, Pennsylvania, USA Locomotive #: PRR 1223 Train ID: NRHS Special Photo Date: October 18, 1986. The locomotive spent of it's life to haul crack passenger trains on the Pennsylvania Railroad. In this film, Strasburg Rail Road provided four coach cars and steam locomotive PRR#1223, built in 1905, which is now retired and sits in the Rail Road Museum of Pennsylvania. On June 4th, 2010, 1223 was 'fired up' using pyrotechnics for a Lerro Productions photo charter. In 1965, 1223 was leased to the Strasburg Rail Road in Strasburg, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Railroad steam locomotives nos. Jersey Central, B&Q, and Reading: Vol. Add to Cart. But I think taking the current 4-4-0 and shortening it would look great as it is. Pennsylvania Railroad 1223. PRR 1223 and 7002. The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total. Photograph by Victor Hand. A longtime member of Strasburg's roster, PRR D16sb 4-4-0 1223 approaches the coaling dock at Strasburg. The class includes a number of variations from D16 through a,b,c,d, to D16sb, the 1223 exemplifying the ultimate in design. Class D16 on the Pennsylvania Railroad was their final development of the 4-4-0 " American " type of steam locomotive. It operated tourist trains there until 1989, successively leased by the PRR, its successor Penn Central from 1968, and the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania from 1979. I've got a Model Power 4-4-0 that's lettered up for PRR 1223. Doubleheader! PRR 1223 and 7002. A total of 429 of these locomotives were built at the PRR's Juniata Shops, spread across five subclasses; some had 80 in (2,030 mm) diameter driving wheels for service in level territory, while. 1223" by the United States Department of the Interior. Episode 71. Street Station, Philadelphia and return on the former PRR “Main Line”. 1223 pulled passenger trains on Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey lines for 45 years. When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Disposition. It operated tourist trains there until 1989, successively leased by the PRR, its successor Penn Central from 1968, and the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania from 1979. PRR 1223 and 7002. 5' x 26" cylinders. As built, it was a high speed passenger engine with tall driving wheels. 69 Favourites. 1223 on display. High quality photograph of Pennsylvania Railroad Steam 4-6-2 # PRR 3807 at Red Bank, New Jersey, USA. Strasburg already has three operable locomotives (CNR 89, GWR 90, N&W M-475) and cannot afford the costs this modification would incur, and the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania (now the owners of PRR 1223) is currently focusing on fundraising for the construction of a shelter to protect the rolling stock displayed outside. You may remember the open train car Streisand is seen riding (and singing) on in the final shot. PRR 1223 Altoona Works D16sb 4-4-0 Reportedly, PRR 1223 was built in 1905 by Altoona Works, Juniata Shops, as a class D16b 4-4-0, builders number JS 1399. On June 4th, 2010, 1223 was 'fired up' using pyrotechnics for a Lerro Productions photo charter. I rode behind former PRR 1223 as a child in the 1980's. Joined: Wed Aug 25, 2004 11:27 am Posts: 141: Hello Dolly was filmed right about the time I came on the payroll at Strasburg. Railroad: Pennsylvania Railroad Locomotive: Steam 4-4-0 Location: Leaman Place, Pennsylvania, USA Locomotive #: PRR 1223 Train ID: NRHS Special Photo Date: October 18, 1986. She is the only Pennsylvania Railroad Steam Locomotive I've had the pleasure of riding behind. The 1905 Juniata American served the Strasburg for over two decades before boiler issues relegated her to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. 1223 was home built by PRR at its Juniata Shops in Altoona, Pennsylvania in 1905. Jersey Central, B&Q, and Reading: Vol. 1223 is in it. 5' x 26" cylinders. represents the acme of American-type development on the System and the last of their kind. The class D16 locomotives of the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) were the most modern of a long history of 4-4-0 "American" type steam locomotives that the railroad used. The class includes a number of variations from D16 through a,b,c,d, to D16sb, the 1223 exemplifying the ultimate in design. The 1223, having been selected for preservation, slumbered in (outside) storage at Wilmington for a number of years before she joined the PRR Northumberland Historic collection. However, the 4-4-0 type—long the mainstay of American passenger and. PRR 1223, 4-4-0, 1963 : SRC-1963. Shown here is PRR engine #1223, a D-16SB (4-4-0) "American" built in Juniata during November of 1905. Class D16sb 4-4-0 #1223. After that it was moved back to the museum. I got a Samhongsa/Westside PRR 1223 4-4-0 from around 1980 for about $180. 1223" by the United States Department of the Interior. 20 stand-in, PRR no. 1223 4-4-0 THE D16 Class of the P. In this photo, it is on static display near the Strasburg Station. 7002 hauled a special train to celebrate the 85th. S01 E74 New York & Long Branch. Joined: Wed Aug 25, 2004 11:27 am Posts: 141: Hello Dolly was filmed right about the time I came on the payroll at Strasburg. 20 stand-in, PRR no. The locomotive was retired in 1950 and later borrowed by the Strasburg Rail Road beginning in 1960. 1361 was built by the PRR in its own Altoona Works in 1918. 69 Favourites. A longtime member of Strasburg's roster, PRR D16sb 4-4-0 1223 approaches the coaling dock at Strasburg. The locomotive spent of it's life to haul crack passenger trains on the Pennsylvania Railroad. The 1905 Juniata American served the Strasburg for over two decades before boiler issues relegated her to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. 1223 is in it. Shown here is PRR engine #1223, a D-16SB (4-4-0) "American" built in Juniata during November of 1905. Episode 72. Here is an original photo that I took of a Pennsylvania Railroad locomotive in Strasburg, Pennsylvania, on 11 August 1963. As built, it was a high speed passenger engine with tall driving wheels. Class D16sb 4-4-0 #1223. Ringling Bros. Weighing 141,000 lbs, the coal-burner has 68" drivers and 20. You may remember the open train car Streisand is seen riding (and singing) on in the final shot. 7002 and 1223 leading an excursion train over the Conestoga Creek Viaduct near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, on June 8, 1985. Doubleheader! PRR 1223 and 7002. 1223 is in it. A total of 429 of these locomotives were built at the PRR's Juniata Shops, spread across five subclasses; some had 80 in (2,030 mm) diameter driving wheels for service in level territory, while. description: Notify me when this product is available: Built for the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) in 1905 by Altoona Works, this 4-4-0 American steam locomotive provided six decades of passenger service until it's retirement in 1965. The 1905 Juniata American served the Strasburg for over two decades before boiler issues relegated her to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. 1223 is my favorite, but there were two other class D16sb locomotives, in addition to 1223, that operated on the Pennsy until 1950; 1035 and 5079. However, the 4-4-0 type—long the mainstay of American passenger and. Photograph by Victor Hand. Weighing 141,000 lbs, the coal-burner has 68" drivers and 20. After a tune-up and a new version of the coreless motor originally used, it's one of my best detailed, best running steam engines I've ever had. PRR 1223 Altoona Works D16sb 4-4-0 PRR 1223 at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) D16sb 4-4-0 American 1223 is sitting inside the, Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania near Strasburg, PA, on Sunday, July 7, 2019. S01 E75 Memories of the Lehigh. The Broadway sound clip is close, sounding something like PRR 1223 or 7002 at Strasburg years ago. Disposition. After that it was moved back to the museum. In 1965 the Strasburg Rail Road in Strasburg, Pennsylvania, leased No. Pennsylvania Railroad steam locomotives nos. Pick-up a copy of "Hello Dolly" at the video store. PRR D16sb No. 1223 was restored to operating condition in 1965 and operated on the Strasburg Railroad with 7002 as late as 1989. PRR 1222 Market Operations BPM, Manual assignment of ancillary services - fifteen minute market interval determination. In June 13, 1987 PRR No. 117; CR 2233 EMD GP30 CR GP30 2233 at the Railroad Museum of. 1361 was built by the PRR in its own Altoona Works in 1918. Golden Spike Keastone Style. 1223 and E7s 7002 are doubleheading on the Strasburg Rail Road, picking up passengers from a Washington DC Chapter NRHS Special. I figure the locomotive is about the same level of foobie as the cars, so they go together nicely. In 1985-1986, No 1223 doubleheaded with PRR No. PRR 1223 on the Strasburg Rail Road on Sept. Episode 72. Shown here is PRR engine #1223, a D-16SB (4-4-0) "American" built in Juniata during November of 1905. Nikon D750 24~120mm f4 lens: 2019071101ph. In the 1970s and 1980s, No. 3 Comments. Hand-NYC-PC-CR-31-0875. When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Strasburg One and Ninety DSCN5730. Shown here is PRR engine #1223, a D-16SB (4-4-0) "American" built in Juniata during November of 1905. Media in category "Pennsylvania Railroad 1223". By the 1970s and 1980s, the 1223 pulled the Strasburg's regular tourist trains. Class D16 on the Pennsylvania Railroad was their final development of the 4-4-0 " American " type of steam locomotive. PRR MAIN LINE STEAM This action packed video opening at Strasburg and following the double headed steam special to 30th. Jersey Central, B&Q, and Reading: Vol. S01 E74 New York & Long Branch. Steve, I would vote 2 however I would really like to see a 1901-1910 4-4-0 more. PRR D16sb No. See Also [] PRR D16 Steam Locomotives, Website by Mark Cole. The locomotive was retired in 1950 and later borrowed by the Strasburg Rail Road beginning in 1960. I added some track inside the museum so I could have some of the engines displayed there. The Strasburg Rail Road restored PRR 4-4-2 7002 to operating condition in 1983, Here the 7002 and PRR 4-4-0 1223 roll a doubleheaded train into the siding at Groffs in October of that year. Both were leased to the Strasburg Rail Road, and retired permanently in 1989. The class D16 locomotives of the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) were the most modern of a long history of 4-4-0 "American" type steam locomotives that the railroad used. Posted: Fri Aug 31, 2007 6:28 pm. PRR 1223 Historic Steam Locomotive. Steam and Diesel on the Pennsylvania Railroad: Vol. The 1223 and a few passenger cars from the collection were being moved to Strasburg, Pennsylvania in the early 1960's for lease, initially to display at the East. But I think taking the current 4-4-0 and shortening it would look great as it is. By the way, not all brass is really expensive. I can't figure out how to post pictures on here but when I figure it out I will. Railroad: Pennsylvania Railroad Locomotive: Steam 4-4-0 Location: Leaman Place, Pennsylvania, USA Locomotive #: PRR 1223 Train ID: NRHS Special Photo Date: October 18, 1986. Pick-up a copy of "Hello Dolly" at the video store. notify_form. Both were leased to the Strasburg Rail Road, and retired permanently in 1989. This was applied by 20th Century Fox because the cars looked too shiny. One day I might get brave enough to try and add belpaire shoulders to the boiler, but that. com/itm/Mark-I-Video-DOUBLEHEADER-PRR-7002-and-1223-DVD-/220944279813?hash=item33714e2905:m:mD_ex8xM0islBWgGGeUsVVgThis exc. I use it with the Roundhouse set of old-timey cars that they decorated for the Strasburg. Nikon D750 24~120mm f4 lens: 2019071101ph. The Pennsylvania Railroad perfected its design, creating the D16 class as the most modern American-style locomotives ever built. It was in service until 1950, a long time for a 4-4-0. In the 1970s and 1980s, No. In 1960, the 1223 was leased and transferred to the Strasburg Rail Road, a tourist line in the Amish hamlet of Strasburg, Pennsylvania, where it was returned to operating condition. 1361 was built by the PRR in its own Altoona Works in 1918. In this photo, it is on static display near the Strasburg Station. This exciting program features two restored Pennsylvania Railroad steam locomotives, Class 'E-7' 4-4-2 number 7002 and Class 'D-16sb' 4-4-0 number 1223 are presented to head three outings sponsored by the Strasburg Railroad. It operated tourist trains there until 1989, successively leased by the PRR, its successor Penn Central from 1968, and the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania from 1979. Episode 71. Weighing 141,000 lbs, the coal-burner has 68" drivers and 20. A total of 429 of these locomotives were built at the PRR's Juniata Shops, spread across five subclasses; some had 80 in (2,030 mm) diameter driving wheels for service in level territory, while. 69 Favourites. 1 miles per hour. Canadian Pacific 1278 on the Gettysburg Railroad at Biglerville, Pennsylvania, on Sept. While in operation, it had Strasburg Railroad lettering on both cab sides below the number. I got a Samhongsa/Westside PRR 1223 4-4-0 from around 1980 for about $180. Right to Left: PRR no. The T1 had a standard PRR 3-chime passenger whistle. The locomotive spent of it's life to haul crack passenger trains on the Pennsylvania Railroad. The 1905 Juniata American served the Strasburg for over two decades before boiler issues relegated her to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. 1361 was built by the PRR in its own Altoona Works in 1918. The Broadway sound clip is close, sounding something like PRR 1223 or 7002 at Strasburg years ago. New York Steam Showcase: New York Along the Hudson. PRR 1223 Altoona Works D16sb 4-4-0 Reportedly, PRR 1223 was built in 1905 by Altoona Works, Juniata Shops, as a class D16b 4-4-0, builders number JS 1399. Photograph by Victor Hand. Pick-up a copy of "Hello Dolly" at the video store. PRR 1222 Market Operations BPM, Manual assignment of ancillary services - fifteen minute market interval determination. High quality photograph of Pennsylvania Railroad Steam 4-6-2 # PRR 3807 at Red Bank, New Jersey, USA. However, the 4-4-0 type—long the mainstay of American passenger and. 1223 pulled the Strasburg's regular tourist trains, as well as occasional offline excursion trips, often running in tandem with PRR 7002. As built, it was a high speed passenger engine with tall driving wheels. Depending on the condition of the whistle, it would sound all three notes as intended, or one one or more of the notes could overblow and shriek. A longtime member of Strasburg’s roster, PRR D16sb 4-4-0 1223 approaches the coaling dock at Strasburg. PRR 1223 on the Strasburg Rail Road on Sept. The class D16 locomotives of the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) were the most modern of a long history of 4-4-0 "American" type steam locomotives that the railroad used. PRR 1223 Altoona Works D16sb 4-4-0 Reportedly, PRR 1223 was built in 1905 by Altoona Works, Juniata Shops, as a class D16b 4-4-0, builders number JS 1399. In 1985-1986, No 1223 doubleheaded with PRR No. I remember one of my jobs was to wash the fake dirt off the sides of the cars. Photograph by Victor Hand. Posted: Sun Apr 14, 2002 3:04 am. The class includes a number of variations from D16 through a,b,c,d, to D16sb, the 1223 exemplifying the ultimate in design. 1223 stand-in, V&T Tahoe no. Canadian Pacific 1278 on the Gettysburg Railroad at Biglerville, Pennsylvania, on Sept. 20 Favourites. 1223 and E7s 7002 are doubleheading on the Strasburg Rail Road, picking up passengers from a Washington DC Chapter NRHS Special. I rode behind former PRR 1223 as a child in the 1980's. Here is an original photo that I took of a Pennsylvania Railroad locomotive in Strasburg, Pennsylvania, on 11 August 1963. The Pennsylvania Railroad 4-6-2 K4s 1361 is one of 425 K4 series Pacifics used on its top passenger trains until the late 1950's. translation missing: en. Nikon D750 24~120mm f4 lens: 2019071101ph. PRR 460 & 1223 (1993 Wes Barris photo). Steam and Diesel on the Pennsylvania Railroad: Vol. translation missing: en. The Pennsylvania Railroad 4-6-2 K4s 1361 is one of 425 K4 series Pacifics used on its top passenger trains until the late 1950's. Shown here is PRR engine #1223, a D-16SB (4-4-0) "American" built in Juniata during November of 1905. description: Notify me when this product is available: Built for the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) in 1905 by Altoona Works, this 4-4-0 American steam locomotive provided six decades of passenger service until it's retirement in 1965. After a tune-up and a new version of the coreless motor originally used, it's one of my best detailed, best running steam engines I've ever had. notify_form. In this photo, it is on static display near the Strasburg Station. A longtime member of Strasburg's roster, PRR D16sb 4-4-0 1223 approaches the coaling dock at Strasburg. PRR 1223 on the Strasburg Rail Road on Sept. The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total. In the 1970s and 1980s, No. PRR 1223 Historic Steam Locomotive. She is the only Pennsylvania Railroad Steam Locomotive I've had the pleasure of riding behind. Pennsylvania Railroad 1223. Golden Spike Keastone Style. PRR 1223, 4-4-0, 1963 : SRC-1963. PRR 460 & 1223 (1993 Wes Barris photo). It was in service until 1950, a long time for a 4-4-0. 1 miles per hour. Railroad: Pennsylvania Railroad Locomotive: Steam 4-4-0 Location: Leaman Place, Pennsylvania, USA Locomotive #: PRR 1223 Train ID: NRHS Special Photo Date: October 18, 1986. The class includes a number of variations from D16 through a,b,c,d, to D16sb, the 1223 exemplifying the ultimate in design. Post subject: Re: prr 1223. Steve, I would vote 2 however I would really like to see a 1901-1910 4-4-0 more. represents the acme of American-type development on the System and the last of their kind. I rode behind former PRR 1223 as a child in the 1980's. PRR 1223 Congestion Revenue Rights BPM, Congestion revenue rights transparency project. The class D16 locomotives of the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) were the most modern of a long history of 4-4-0 "American" type steam locomotives that the railroad used. Joined: Wed Aug 25, 2004 11:27 am Posts: 141: Hello Dolly was filmed right about the time I came on the payroll at Strasburg. Shown here is PRR engine #1223, a D-16SB (4-4-0) "American" built in Juniata during November of 1905. As built, it was a high speed passenger engine with tall driving wheels. However, the 4-4-0 type—long the mainstay of American passenger and. PRR 1221 Market Operations BPM, E-Tag adjustments and curtailments rules. description: Notify me when this product is available: Built for the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) in 1905 by Altoona Works, this 4-4-0 American steam locomotive provided six decades of passenger service until it's retirement in 1965. Pick-up a copy of "Hello Dolly" at the video store. 7002 and 1223 pulling PRR and ex-Erie-Lackawanna coaches on many high speed run-bys, as well as stops at Thorndale and. A longtime member of Strasburg’s roster, PRR D16sb 4-4-0 1223 approaches the coaling dock at Strasburg. S01 E74 New York & Long Branch. Class D16 on the Pennsylvania Railroad was their final development of the 4-4-0 " American " type of steam locomotive. When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. com/itm/Mark-I-Video-DOUBLEHEADER-PRR-7002-and-1223-DVD-/220944279813?hash=item33714e2905:m:mD_ex8xM0islBWgGGeUsVVgThis exc. 8063 was renumbered, altered to resemble 7002 and placed on exhibit as the "world's fastest steam engine. Featuring PRR engines No. In 1960, the 1223 was leased and transferred to the Strasburg Rail Road, a tourist line in the Amish hamlet of Strasburg, Pennsylvania, where it was returned to operating condition. The 1223, having been selected for preservation, slumbered in (outside) storage at Wilmington for a number of years before she joined the PRR Northumberland Historic collection. This video shows footage taken June 17 & 18 in 1989 at the Strasburg Railroad during a Photographer's Special Charter Event that took place over those two da. The Strasburg Rail Road restored PRR 4-4-2 7002 to operating condition in 1983, Here the 7002 and PRR 4-4-0 1223 roll a doubleheaded train into the siding at Groffs in October of that year. PRR engine #1223 is a D-16SB (4-4-0) "American" built in Juniata as a D-16B during 1905, later rebuilt as a D-16SB, sold to the Strasburg Railroad in October of 1960, and presently on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg. It's still not quite the detail the new stuff has, but it's still excellent. Hand-NYC-PC-CR-31-0875. 1361 was built by the PRR in its own Altoona Works in 1918. On June 4th, 2010, 1223 was 'fired up' using pyrotechnics for a Lerro Productions photo charter. 7002 and 1223 pulling PRR and ex-Erie-Lackawanna coaches on many high speed run-bys, as well as stops at Thorndale and. 1223 is in it. 1223 and E7s 7002 are doubleheading on the Strasburg Rail Road, picking up passengers from a Washington DC Chapter NRHS Special. When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Disposition. Joined: Wed Aug 25, 2004 11:27 am Posts: 141: Hello Dolly was filmed right about the time I came on the payroll at Strasburg. PRR 1223 Altoona Works D16sb 4-4-0 Reportedly, PRR 1223 was built in 1905 by Altoona Works, Juniata Shops, as a class D16b 4-4-0, builders number JS 1399. In 1917 it was rebuilt to D16sb. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures. Class D16 on the Pennsylvania Railroad was their final development of the 4-4-0 " American " type of steam locomotive. In 1965 the Strasburg Rail Road in Strasburg, Pennsylvania, leased No. Shown here is PRR engine #1223, a D-16SB (4-4-0) "American" built in Juniata during November of 1905. com/itm/Mark-I-Video-DOUBLEHEADER-PRR-7002-and-1223-DVD-/220944279813?hash=item33714e2905:m:mD_ex8xM0islBWgGGeUsVVgThis exc. S01 E74 New York & Long Branch. The 1905 Juniata American served the Strasburg for over two decades before boiler issues relegated her to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Railroad steam locomotives nos. Episode 71. S01 E72 Jersey Central, B&Q, and Reading: Vol. PRR 1223, famous for its use in the 1969 film Hello, Dolly!, and PRR 7002 (originally #8063), a re-creation of the famous original PRR #7002, which set an unofficial land speed record in 1905 by traveling at 127. Episode 72. PRR 4-4-0 1223 photo by R. 1223 was restored to operating condition in 1965 and operated on the Strasburg Railroad with 7002 as late as 1989. The Broadway sound clip is close, sounding something like PRR 1223 or 7002 at Strasburg years ago. 1223 stand-in, V&T Tahoe no. Shown here is PRR engine #1223, a D-16SB (4-4-0) "American" built in Juniata during November of 1905. 1223 is in it. 7002 and 1223 pulling PRR and ex-Erie-Lackawanna coaches on many high speed run-bys, as well as stops at Thorndale and. 20 Favourites. PRR 1223, 4-4-0, 1963 : Description: SRC-1963. The 1223 and a few passenger cars from the collection were being moved to Strasburg, Pennsylvania in the early 1960's for lease, initially to display at the East. In 1917 it was rebuilt to D16sb. On June 4th, 2010, 1223 was 'fired up' using pyrotechnics for a Lerro Productions photo charter. The 1223, having been selected for preservation, slumbered in (outside) storage at Wilmington for a number of years before she joined the PRR Northumberland Historic collection. After retirement, 1223 was stored in Northumberland, PA. Weighing 141,000 lbs, the coal-burner has 68" drivers and 20. While in operation, it had Strasburg Railroad lettering on both cab sides below the number. S01 E72 Jersey Central, B&Q, and Reading: Vol. 5' x 26" cylinders. represents the acme of American-type development on the System and the last of their kind. But I think taking the current 4-4-0 and shortening it would look great as it is. Disposition. 1223 was restored to operating condition in 1965 and operated on the Strasburg Railroad with 7002 as late as 1989. I remember one of my jobs was to wash the fake dirt off the sides of the cars. Pennsylvania Railroad steam locomotives nos. Here is an original photo that I took of a Pennsylvania Railroad locomotive in Strasburg, Pennsylvania, on 11 August 1963. 69 Favourites. PRR 1223 Historic Steam Locomotive. PRR 1223, famous for its use in the 1969 film Hello, Dolly!, and PRR 7002 (originally #8063), a re-creation of the famous original PRR #7002, which set an unofficial land speed record in 1905 by traveling at 127. PRR 1223 on the Strasburg Rail Road on Sept. Shown here is PRR engine #1223, a D-16SB (4-4-0) "American" built in Juniata during November of 1905. com/itm/Mark-I-Video-DOUBLEHEADER-PRR-7002-and-1223-DVD-/220944279813?hash=item33714e2905:m:mD_ex8xM0islBWgGGeUsVVgThis exc. Strasburg already has three operable locomotives (CNR 89, GWR 90, N&W M-475) and cannot afford the costs this modification would incur, and the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania (now the owners of PRR 1223) is currently focusing on fundraising for the construction of a shelter to protect the rolling stock displayed outside. Posted: Fri Aug 31, 2007 6:28 pm. A longtime member of Strasburg’s roster, PRR D16sb 4-4-0 1223 approaches the coaling dock at Strasburg. Strasburg Rail Road PRR 7002 1223 Doubleheaders. Harmonics are a peculiar thing. Golden Spike Keastone Style. Ringling Bros. 1223 was restored to operating condition in 1965 and operated on the Strasburg Railroad with 7002 as late as 1989. 117; CR 2233 EMD GP30 CR GP30 2233 at the Railroad Museum of. The class includes a number of variations from D16 through a,b,c,d, to D16sb, the 1223 exemplifying the ultimate in design. Media in category "Pennsylvania Railroad 1223". PRR 1223 Historic Steam Locomotive. PRR 1223, famous for its use in the 1969 film Hello, Dolly!, and PRR 7002 (originally #8063), a re-creation of the famous original PRR #7002, which set an unofficial land speed record in 1905 by traveling at 127. Here is an original photo that I took of a Pennsylvania Railroad locomotive in Strasburg, Pennsylvania, on 11 August 1963. Available now at: http://www. As built, it was a high speed passenger engine with tall driving wheels. Hand-NYC-PC-CR-31-0875. Strasburg Rail Road PRR 7002 1223 Doubleheaders. Episode 70. PRR 1222 Market Operations BPM, Manual assignment of ancillary services - fifteen minute market interval determination. After retirement, 1223 was stored in Northumberland, PA. While in operation, it had Strasburg Railroad lettering on both cab sides below the number. Strasburg One and Ninety DSCN5730. She is the only Pennsylvania Railroad Steam Locomotive I've had the pleasure of riding behind. PRR 1222 Market Operations BPM, Manual assignment of ancillary services - fifteen minute market interval determination. Depending on the condition of the whistle, it would sound all three notes as intended, or one one or more of the notes could overblow and shriek. The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total. & Barnum & Bailey Circus with Grand Trunk Western 4070 at Peninsula on the Cuyahoga Valley Line on Oct. PRR 460 & 1223 (1993 Wes Barris photo). Reflective Moment in Black and White. This exciting program features two restored Pennsylvania Railroad steam locomotives, Class 'E-7' 4-4-2 number 7002 and Class 'D-16sb' 4-4-0 number 1223 are presented to head three outings sponsored by the Strasburg Railroad. I've got a Model Power 4-4-0 that's lettered up for PRR 1223. After retirement, 1223 was stored in Northumberland, PA. JPG 3,072 × 1,728; 2. The locomotive spent of it's life to haul crack passenger trains on the Pennsylvania Railroad. The 1905 Juniata American served the Strasburg for over two decades before boiler issues relegated her to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. Nikon D750 24~120mm f4 lens: 2019071101ph. PRR D16sb No. On December 17, 1979, 1223 was placed on the National Register of Historic Places as "Passenger Locomotive no. 5' x 26" cylinders. Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) No. Jersey Central, B&Q, and Reading: Vol. 1223 on display. 1223 stand-in, V&T Tahoe no. JPG 3,072 × 1,728; 2. Steve, I would vote 2 however I would really like to see a 1901-1910 4-4-0 more. PRR 1222 Market Operations BPM, Manual assignment of ancillary services - fifteen minute market interval determination. 3 Comments. The Strasburg Rail Road restored PRR 4-4-2 7002 to operating condition in 1983, Here the 7002 and PRR 4-4-0 1223 roll a doubleheaded train into the siding at Groffs in October of that year. The Broadway sound clip is close, sounding something like PRR 1223 or 7002 at Strasburg years ago. In this film, Strasburg Rail Road provided four coach cars and steam locomotive PRR#1223, built in 1905, which is now retired and sits in the Rail Road Museum of Pennsylvania. Episode 72. PRR 1221 Market Operations BPM, E-Tag adjustments and curtailments rules. Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) No. It is on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, Pennsylvania. PRR 1223 on the Strasburg Rail Road on Sept. 5' x 26" cylinders. Media in category "Pennsylvania Railroad 1223". I added some track inside the museum so I could have some of the engines displayed there. Post subject: Re: PRR 7002 and 1223. It was in service until 1950, a long time for a 4-4-0. I remember one of my jobs was to wash the fake dirt off the sides of the cars. The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total. Featuring PRR engines No. PRR 1223 on the Strasburg Rail Road on Sept. 1361 was built by the PRR in its own Altoona Works in 1918. 8063 was renumbered, altered to resemble 7002 and placed on exhibit as the "world's fastest steam engine. 18 Favourites. She is the only Pennsylvania Railroad Steam Locomotive I've had the pleasure of riding behind. Joined: Wed Aug 25, 2004 11:27 am Posts: 141: Hello Dolly was filmed right about the time I came on the payroll at Strasburg. PRR 1223 Congestion Revenue Rights BPM, Congestion revenue rights transparency project. When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. 7002 is an E7s Class 4-4-2 "Atlantic"-type steam locomotive built by the Altoona Works in 1902 for the Pennsylvania Railroad and originally numbered #8063. Railroad: Pennsylvania Railroad Locomotive: Steam 4-4-0 Location: Leaman Place, Pennsylvania, USA Locomotive #: PRR 1223 Train ID: NRHS Special Photo Date: October 18, 1986. By the way, not all brass is really expensive. Class D16 on the Pennsylvania Railroad was their final development of the 4-4-0 " American " type of steam locomotive. Episode 72. Hand-NYC-PC-CR-31-0875. Class D16sb 4-4-0 #1223. Post subject: Re: prr 1223. It is on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, Pennsylvania. Reflective Moment in Black and White. The class includes a number of variations from D16 through a,b,c,d, to D16sb, the 1223 exemplifying the ultimate in design. Depending on the condition of the whistle, it would sound all three notes as intended, or one one or more of the notes could overblow and shriek. In 1985-1986, No 1223 doubleheaded with PRR No. 1223 stand-in, V&T Tahoe no. PRR 1223 is a class D16sb American (4-4-0) built at the Pennsylvania Railroad Juniata shops in 1905. The Strasburg Rail Road restored PRR 4-4-2 7002 to operating condition in 1983, Here the 7002 and PRR 4-4-0 1223 roll a doubleheaded train into the siding at Groffs in October of that year. In 1960, the 1223 was leased and transferred to the Strasburg Rail Road, a tourist line in the Amish hamlet of Strasburg, Pennsylvania, where it was returned to operating condition. 7002 and 1223 leading an excursion train over the Conestoga Creek Viaduct near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, on June 8, 1985. 18 Favourites. 1223 was restored to operating condition in 1965 and operated on the Strasburg Railroad with 7002 as late as 1989. This exciting program features two restored Pennsylvania Railroad steam locomotives, Class 'E-7' 4-4-2 number 7002 and Class 'D-16sb' 4-4-0 number 1223 are presented to head three outings sponsored by the Strasburg Railroad. She is the only Pennsylvania Railroad Steam Locomotive I've had the pleasure of riding behind. Add to Cart. Steam and Diesel on the Pennsylvania Railroad: Vol. PRR 1223 on the Strasburg Rail Road on Sept. In 1985-1986, No 1223 doubleheaded with PRR No. This was applied by 20th Century Fox because the cars looked too shiny. 20 stand-in, PRR no. New York Steam Showcase: New York Along the Hudson. translation missing: en. The locomotive was retired in 1950 and later borrowed by the Strasburg Rail Road beginning in 1960. 1361 was built by the PRR in its own Altoona Works in 1918. 1223" by the United States Department of the Interior. 3 Comments. In this photo, it is on static display near the Strasburg Station. S01 E72 Jersey Central, B&Q, and Reading: Vol. Depending on the condition of the whistle, it would sound all three notes as intended, or one one or more of the notes could overblow and shriek. But I think taking the current 4-4-0 and shortening it would look great as it is. A longtime member of Strasburg's roster, PRR D16sb 4-4-0 1223 approaches the coaling dock at Strasburg. Episode 71. represents the acme of American-type development on the System and the last of their kind. PRR 1223 Congestion Revenue Rights BPM, Congestion revenue rights transparency project. 1223" by the United States Department of the Interior. Shown here is PRR engine #1223, a D-16SB (4-4-0) "American" built in Juniata during November of 1905. PRR 1223 is a class D16sb American (4-4-0) built at the Pennsylvania Railroad Juniata shops in 1905. Pennsylvania Railroad steam locomotives nos. A total of 429 of these locomotives were built at the PRR's Juniata Shops, spread across five subclasses; some had 80 in (2,030 mm) diameter driving wheels for service in level territory, while. Disposition. The 1223 and a few passenger cars from the collection were being moved to Strasburg, Pennsylvania in the early 1960's for lease, initially to display at the East. Doubleheader! PRR 1223 and 7002. Strasburg Rail Road PRR 7002 1223 Doubleheaders. This video shows footage taken June 17 & 18 in 1989 at the Strasburg Railroad during a Photographer's Special Charter Event that took place over those two da. Canadian Pacific 1278 on the Gettysburg Railroad at Biglerville, Pennsylvania, on Sept. In June 13, 1987 PRR No. The 1223, having been selected for preservation, slumbered in (outside) storage at Wilmington for a number of years before she joined the PRR Northumberland Historic collection. A longtime member of Strasburg’s roster, PRR D16sb 4-4-0 1223 approaches the coaling dock at Strasburg. jpg 960 × 540; 81 KB. Featuring PRR engines No. I use it with the Roundhouse set of old-timey cars that they decorated for the Strasburg. com/itm/Mark-I-Video-DOUBLEHEADER-PRR-7002-and-1223-DVD-/220944279813?hash=item33714e2905:m:mD_ex8xM0islBWgGGeUsVVgThis exc. S01 E74 New York & Long Branch. Pennsylvania Railroad 1223. The 1223 and a few passenger cars from the collection were being moved to Strasburg, Pennsylvania in the early 1960's for lease, initially to display at the East. PRR 1223 and 7002. I added some track inside the museum so I could have some of the engines displayed there. PRR 4-4-0 1223 photo by R. 8063 was renumbered, altered to resemble 7002 and placed on exhibit as the "world's fastest steam engine. Shown here is PRR engine #1223, a D-16SB (4-4-0) "American" built in Juniata during November of 1905. Strasburg already has three operable locomotives (CNR 89, GWR 90, N&W M-475) and cannot afford the costs this modification would incur, and the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania (now the owners of PRR 1223) is currently focusing on fundraising for the construction of a shelter to protect the rolling stock displayed outside. PRR 1223, 4-4-0, 1963 : Description: SRC-1963. 1223 is in it. Railroad: Pennsylvania Railroad Locomotive: Steam 4-4-0 Location: Leaman Place, Pennsylvania, USA Locomotive #: PRR 1223 Train ID: NRHS Special Photo Date: October 18, 1986. New York Steam Showcase: New York Along the Hudson. PRR 1221 Market Operations BPM, E-Tag adjustments and curtailments rules. represents the acme of American-type development on the System and the last of their kind. In 1917 it was rebuilt to D16sb. PRR MAIN LINE STEAM This action packed video opening at Strasburg and following the double headed steam special to 30th. Posted: Sun Apr 14, 2002 3:04 am. PRR 1223 on the Strasburg Rail Road on Sept. In 1965 the Strasburg Rail Road in Strasburg, Pennsylvania, leased No. PRR 4-4-0 1223 photo by R. Canadian Pacific 1278 at Idaville, Pennsylvania, on Sept. The Strasburg Rail Road restored PRR 4-4-2 7002 to operating condition in 1983, Here the 7002 and PRR 4-4-0 1223 roll a doubleheaded train into the siding at Groffs in October of that year. PRR D16sb No. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures. The 1905 Juniata American served the Strasburg for over two decades before boiler issues relegated her to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. In June 13, 1987 PRR No. After that it was moved back to the museum. 69 Favourites. 8063 was renumbered, altered to resemble 7002 and placed on exhibit as the "world's fastest steam engine. Right to Left: PRR no. While in operation, it had Strasburg Railroad lettering on both cab sides below the number. I got a Samhongsa/Westside PRR 1223 4-4-0 from around 1980 for about $180. The Strasburg Rail Road restored PRR 4-4-2 7002 to operating condition in 1983, Here the 7002 and PRR 4-4-0 1223 roll a doubleheaded train into the siding at Groffs in October of that year. Episode 72. In this photo, it is being examined thoroughly by a host of children and other souls. Ringling Bros. S01 E75 Memories of the Lehigh. Episode 71. PRR MAIN LINE STEAM This action packed video opening at Strasburg and following the double headed steam special to 30th. & Barnum & Bailey Circus with Grand Trunk Western 4070 at Peninsula on the Cuyahoga Valley Line on Oct. Doubleheader! PRR 1223 and 7002. By the 1970s and 1980s, the 1223 pulled the Strasburg's regular tourist trains. However, the 4-4-0 type—long the mainstay of American passenger and. 1223 4-4-0 THE D16 Class of the P. 1223 pulled the Strasburg's regular tourist trains, as well as occasional offline excursion trips, often running in tandem with PRR 7002. description: Notify me when this product is available: Built for the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) in 1905 by Altoona Works, this 4-4-0 American steam locomotive provided six decades of passenger service until it's retirement in 1965. PRR 1221 Market Operations BPM, E-Tag adjustments and curtailments rules. 3 Comments. 1223 was home built by PRR at its Juniata Shops in Altoona, Pennsylvania in 1905. Strasburg One and Ninety DSCN5730. Pennsylvania Railroad steam locomotives nos. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures. I can't figure out how to post pictures on here but when I figure it out I will. PRR 1223 Altoona Works D16sb 4-4-0 PRR 1223 at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) D16sb 4-4-0 American 1223 is sitting inside the, Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania near Strasburg, PA, on Sunday, July 7, 2019. 1223 is my favorite, but there were two other class D16sb locomotives, in addition to 1223, that operated on the Pennsy until 1950; 1035 and 5079. In 1965 the Strasburg Rail Road in Strasburg, Pennsylvania, leased No. It is on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, Pennsylvania. 1223 stand-in, V&T Tahoe no. Something like ma&pa #6 or PRR 1223. Here is an original photo that I took of a Pennsylvania Railroad locomotive in Strasburg, Pennsylvania, on 11 August 1963. Nikon D750 24~120mm f4 lens: 2019071101ph. PRR 4-4-0 1223 photo by R. Shown here is PRR engine #1223, a D-16SB (4-4-0) "American" built in Juniata during November of 1905. Media in category "Pennsylvania Railroad 1223". Both were leased to the Strasburg Rail Road, and retired permanently in 1989. 1361 was built by the PRR in its own Altoona Works in 1918. Weighing 141,000 lbs, the coal-burner has 68" drivers and 20. High quality photograph of Pennsylvania Railroad Steam 4-6-2 # PRR 3807 at Red Bank, New Jersey, USA. 1223 on display. description: Notify me when this product is available: Built for the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) in 1905 by Altoona Works, this 4-4-0 American steam locomotive provided six decades of passenger service until it's retirement in 1965. PRR 1223, 4-4-0, 1963 : SRC-1963. PRR 1223 Historic Steam Locomotive. 7002 and 1223 leading an excursion train over the Conestoga Creek Viaduct near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, on June 8, 1985. 1223 pulled passenger trains on Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey lines for 45 years. Here is an original photo that I took of a Pennsylvania Railroad locomotive in Strasburg, Pennsylvania, on 11 August 1963. In 1985-1986, No 1223 doubleheaded with PRR No. Pennsylvania Railroad steam locomotives nos. 1223 pulled the Strasburg's regular tourist trains, as well as occasional offline excursion trips, often running in tandem with PRR 7002. 1223 was home built by PRR at its Juniata Shops in Altoona, Pennsylvania in 1905. However, the 4-4-0 type—long the mainstay of American passenger and. 1223 on display. PRR 1223 Historic Steam Locomotive. The locomotive spent of it's life to haul crack passenger trains on the Pennsylvania Railroad. In this photo, it is on static display near the Strasburg Station. But I think taking the current 4-4-0 and shortening it would look great as it is. Le partecipazioni degne di nota della collezione originale della Fiera mondiale includono gli ex vagoni della ferrovia di Strasburgo PRR #1223, famoso nel film 1969 Ciao, Dolly! e PRR #7002, il detentore del record di velocità terrestre 1905 per la sua velocità di miglia 127. com/itm/Mark-I-Video-DOUBLEHEADER-PRR-7002-and-1223-DVD-/220944279813?hash=item33714e2905:m:mD_ex8xM0islBWgGGeUsVVgThis exc. I added some track inside the museum so I could have some of the engines displayed there. rlkitterman. PRR engine #1223 is a D-16SB (4-4-0) "American" built in Juniata as a D-16B during 1905, later rebuilt as a D-16SB, sold to the Strasburg Railroad in October of 1960, and presently on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg. A longtime member of Strasburg's roster, PRR D16sb 4-4-0 1223 approaches the coaling dock at Strasburg. Street Station, Philadelphia and return on the former PRR “Main Line”. PRR 1221 Market Operations BPM, E-Tag adjustments and curtailments rules. represents the acme of American-type development on the System and the last of their kind. The 1223, having been selected for preservation, slumbered in (outside) storage at Wilmington for a number of years before she joined the PRR Northumberland Historic collection. PRR 4-4-0 1223 photo by R. JPG 3,072 × 1,728; 2. As built, it was a high speed passenger engine with tall driving wheels. 1223 was restored to operating condition in 1965 and operated on the Strasburg Railroad with 7002 as late as 1989.