The Amtrak Acela: High speed service without ever leaving the ground!
An Acela Express gleams in the morning sun as it traverses the mighty Susquehanna River with Old Glory waving proud on the shore of Havre de Grace.
For my 3000th RP Photo - The sun rises on another day as a southbound Amtrak train zips over the Susquehanna River behind an AEM-7.
Tranquility base... An Amtrak AEM-7 #918 rolls over the Susquehanna River Bridge, both likely contemplating each others pending retirement.
"Ride across the river, deep and wide" Even at 90 mph, it takes a few moments before an Amtrak Acela can cross over four thousand, one hundred and fifty three feet of bridge. Built by the ... (more)
In the beautiful working man's paradise that is Havre De Grace, where all the people are friendly mariners, tragedy can unfortunately occur. Here we see a memorial to a young man, the date and cau... (more)
An Amtrak Acela Express takes the quick route over the Susquehanna River as the Lantern Queen, a Mississippi Riverboat replica, returns from a more leisurely excursion.
Havre de Grace - a railfan paradise.
An Amtrak Acela Express crosses the Susquehanna River over the 1906 built PRR bridge arriving in the community of Havre de Grace while on route to Baltimore.
An Amtrak AEM-7 and consist traverses the 1906 PRR built bridge over the Susquehanna River racing the sun for an evening arrival in Washington D.C.
A westbound intermodal crosses the Susquehanna River.
AMTK 936 leads a northbound commuter train over the Susquehanna River bridge in Havre De Grace.
In the afternoon sun, AMTK 2023 passes over the Susquehanna River Bridge enroute to Baltimore and ultimately Washington D.C. on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor.
A very unusual shot, a P42 carries a Regional train across the Susquehanna River. What's unusual is that an afternoon passenger train on the NEC is being pulled by a non-electric engine.