K4s #1361, during her brief but grand return to operation from 1985-1987.
K4s #1361 with a Combine Coach
A K4s decorated for PRR's "Lines West" to resemble other railroads' engines in the area.
A pre-World War II K4s with "chicken-coop" pilot
The K4s which was almost completely covered by her streamlining, thus earning the "torpedo" nickname from her crews.
The only K4s equipped with skyline casing and smoke deflectors.
A PRR K2 class being axle tested shortly after completion in the Juniata Shops. Photo used with permission.
The PRR Torpedo is at the 1939 New York World's Fair with William Mason and the replica of the "Best Friend of Charleston".
The lead K4 from the infamous Wreck of the Red Arrow. All ownership belongs to AltoonaWorks.info
The PRR Torpedo is getting ready to haul the first "Broadway Limited"
A k4 Torpedo with a New York Central's Dreyfuss Hudson
K4s #3750 is on static display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania
a A K4s Torpedo with a steam locomotive
The side view of locomotive #3768
An example of a K4s with disc drivers
NYC Hudson #5453 Replica PRR K4 2665
NYC Empire State Express #5426 Replica PRR K4 3768
No. 3750 Rockville Bridge
No. 5475 is at the 1927 B&O Fair of the Iron Horse, Baltimore, MD
Four of PRR K4 Pacific-type steam locomotives lined up with four sections
No. 5498 is Horseshoe Curve
No. 1361 is Depart Harrisburg
No. 5407 is Depart Chicago
Five of The PRR K4s Pacifics
No. 5498 On The Horseshoe Curve 1937
The side view of locomotive #3768 Bronze
PRR Torpedo getting the Broadway Limited front view
PRR Torpedo Model Project
PRR Deflectors 5038 Plans
PRR Skyline K4 1188 Plans
No. 5413 crash into a car