Map: Harrisburg, Pa.: Retirement of 14,400 Lin. Ft. of Track Including 37 Turnouts and Two Crossing Frog at "Harris" and "State" Interlockings. Nov. 1964; revised to Nov. 1965. Similar to "valuation" style maps, this highly detailed map -- in 1" = 200' scale -- shows all original trackage and structures as of the 1937 electrification (I beleive) and indicates the first trackage to be removed in the mid-1960's. Extends from Dock Street to the south, through the coach yards, freight houses, REA area, the station, to the throat of the locomotive terminal to the north. A "must have" for the Harrisburg modeler! Original for scanning provided by the Harrisburg Chapter of the NRHS.
Hank Mummert drew this map of Baltimore in the area of Pennsylvania Station. It shows the relationships between the various PRR lines, the B&O, and the Ma&Pa. Note: The Union Junction wye and roundhouse should be just east of Guilford Avenue, not west as shown.
Diagram: Lewistown Yard, 1886.
Plan 7513, Eastern Region, Eastern Penna. Division, Philadelphia Division Detour Map, Nov 24, 1948. This 22" by 36" map shows the "Detour Routes in Case of Emergency" dispatchers would use. It also indicates engine restrictions on these routes based on curvature, weight, and clearance. Detail of numerous junctions is provided, as are connections with other railroads. Original for scanning provided by David Wartell.
Reading Railroad map of Harrisburg, Pa., which clearly shows much of the Pennsylvania Railroad plant. Dated 1934 and corrected to 1972. Scale is 1" = 400'. Provided by Dan Cupper.
Another Reading Railroad map of Harrisburg, Pa., which clearly shows much of the Pennsylvania Railroad plant, but has more detail as to the Reading coach yard tracks, etc. Dated 1934. Provided by Rick Bates, Publications Editor, RCT&HS.
Philadelphia Terminal Division
Map illustrating General Order No. 805, Zone C General Order No. 805, Zone C. Army and Navy Football Game Facilities, Municipal Stadium, Philadelphia, Pa., Saturday Only Nov. 27 1954. Diagram showing switches, signals & information for one time event. This is the temporary setup that inspired the famous Grif Teller calendar painting.