Railroad Trio. The Metro heads toward Union Station from the NoMa-Gallaudet U station past some MARC passenger cars and the rarely photographed (at least on RP) Amtrak 792 EMD SW9 switcher.
Displayed at the 100th Anniversary celebration for Union Station; wonder if these two had met before at this location? (On the lower level, of course.)
An Acela consist rolls into Union Station past K Tower and two waiting MARC trains. Rush hour is just getting into full swing, and the two MARC consists will soon be backed into the station for l... (more)
The eastbound Capitol Limited, AMTK 30, approaches Washington Union Station with the Amtrak veterans unit and exhibit train in tow on a beautiful May afternoon. Meanwhile, a Red Line Metro train s... (more)
Amtrak 653 approaching its destination in Washington, DC passing by K Tower while working through a maze of tracks and catenary.
A picture perfect day only enhances this magnificent structure. The sky was not enhanced in photoshop.
The NS executive train's F7As are no stranger to Washington Terminal. In a previous life they were employed by MARC, the commuter line for Maryland.
The NS executive train eases out of Union Station past K Tower to head up the Amtrak Northeast Corridor with dignitaries aboard. Photo taken on RR property with permission.
B&O E9A 1441 looks to be ready to head out of Washington Union Station while a PRR GG-1 looks on in the background.
The old B&O livery was very dignified.
PRR's inbound New York to Washington Constitution sits next to the Southern Railway's Washington to Atlanta Peach Queen. PRR GG-1 4935 from the Railroad Museum of PA sits on display ... (more)
Potomac Eagle's C&O 8016 sits on display at Washington Union Station, the only F-unit in attendance. Sadly, it was tucked away on the far track away from the "stars" of the event.
The Southern Crescent sits at Washington Union Station once again! Actually NCTM's E8 6900 sits on display for the station's 100th anniversary celebration.
From their respective homes in PA and NC, PRR E8 5711, ACL E3 501, PRR GG-1 4935 and SOU E8 6900 sit on display for the 100th anniversary of WUS.
A couple of Southern business cars are being moved.