This old GG-1 fan’s fun meter is pinned. The United Railroad Historical Society of New Jersey based in Boonton NJ has pulled off the amazing feat of cosmetically restoring in the space of a year, not one but two of the Pennsylvania Railroad’s magnificent GG-1’s in their authentic colors. There are much bigger organizations that cannot boast of as much.
Note that 4877 has the 1941 five stripe, small herald paint scheme in the Pennsy’s favored serif Clarendon typeface. Then see the recently finished 4879 with 1955’s thick yellow stripe, larger yellow serif Roman lettering and a large PRR keystone scheme.
Lighting was provided by Society supporter Frank Etzel and his team. Big kudos to the entire URHS!