Sitting in yard basking in sunlight.
A converted Metroliner cab car slows to a station stop on the superelevated curve at Middletown. The 9649 was delivered by Budd/Westinghouse in 1968 as PRR No. 807, Class MP85E4, with 76 coach se... (more)
Amtrak "stealth" under the wires, as the only two F69PH-ACs ever built head east with the German ICE Train in tow. The old PRR freight station on the left still stands.
Amtrak's Fall Foliage Train, the Autumn Express, throttles though the Amtrak Middletown Station just east of Harrisburg. The train ran October 29 and 30th from New York to Harrisburg and back, tr... (more)
Middletown & Hummelstown S6 No. 151, wearing a mostly Western Maryland paint scheme, rolls down Brown Street past Kuppy's Diner during the railroad's 40th anniversary celebration.
Side view of a mighty-mite 51-foot long AEM-7 wearing Amtrak's "minimalist" paint scheme, pausing at Middletown. By comparison, its predecessors, the E-60 and GG-1, were 71 feet and 79 f... (more)
A battered No. 920 is eastbound against the grain as it brakes Train 664 for a station stop at 9:42 a.m.
MIDH 2 in front of the former Reading freight house in Middletown during the night photo session for the MIDH 40th Anniversay weekend.
MIDH 1016 at the east end of the MIDH yard during the night photo session for the MIDH 40th Anniversay weekend.
MIDH 151 street running at Kuppy's Diner during nite photo session for 40th Anniversay weekend.
Amtrak's Keystone Service train 647 crosses Swatara Creek on the approach to Middletown station in a snowstorm.
Ever since PTC was implemented on Amtrak's Keystone Corridor the Pennsylvanian has had to have a PTC-equipped electric running ahead of its non-PTC equipped P42 diesel. On this day, the con... (more)
The German ICE Train is visiting the USA, passing the classic old PRR position-light and dwarf signals at CP ROY.
Amtrak's electric Veterans ACS-64 shoves an extra 3-car train over Swatara Creek on its way to Harrisburg. The 642 was undergoing test runs prior to entering regular service.
The Virginian Heritage Unit leads train I8V across Swatera Creek and down the Roy Branch. The Ford products in-tow are headed to the Dundalk Marine Terminal near Baltimore for export.