One of the pleasures about loving trains and being a bit older is the memories I have. My Dad was in the United States Army (Thanks, Dad, for serving your country for 27 years!) and we moved quite a bit. In the summer of 1966 we moved to Aberdeen, Maryland. Aberdeen was on the main line of the Pennsylvania Railroad between New York and Washington, now referred to as the “Northeast Corridor”, which now serves as Amtrak’s New York-Washington Main Line. From 1966 to 1968 I was able to observe many, many Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 electric locomotives moving passenger and freight trains down that very busy route. Bachmann Trains has captured the image of these very famous locomotives with their O Scale GG1 found in our Bachmann O Scale Catalog. This beautiful model captures with accuracy and attention to detail these proud and powerful locomotives which for many years of the 20th Century ruled Pennsylvania Railroad’s electrified main lines. With a Bachmann O Scale GG1, those electric locomotives can continue to rule your own “Pennsylvania Railroad”.