Norfolk Southern 65V heads down the Amtrak Northeast Corridor, with the CNJ heritage unit leading the way.
One of Amtrak's high-speed Acela Express trains, #2110 (Washington DC to New York NY), with power car 2038 on the point, flies past a trio of Amtrak MPI-built GP15D locomotives waiting to h... (more)
One of Amtrak's many Northeast Direct trains, #141 (Springfield MA to Washington DC) races through Newark, Delaware, on January 23rd, 2015. The train, powered by ACS-64 615, is passing the... (more)
Built in 1877 by the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad, the old brick passenger station stands in stark contrast to the 2001-built Acela Express trainset passing by in Newark,... (more)
A trio of Amtrak GP15D locomotives were headed south toward the station in Newark, Delaware, but, after switching tracks, came to a stop and then headed northward again. MPI-built 575 was on the ... (more)
Passing KP701, an equipment move taking two AEM-7s and an HHP-8 north for what is likely their last trip up the Corridor
NS 64R comes off of the Amtrak Northeast Corridor and onto the Delmarva Secondary bound for the Delaware City Refinery. Someone has taken the time to write messages onto the front platform asit is... (more)
NS 12G crosses over old Baltimore Pike and through the Cooch's bridge Battle field
Amtrak train 85 rolls into Wilmington under the command of P32BWH 514
Amtrak train 20 races East (timetable direction) toward Wilmington, Philadelphia, Newark and New York in the capable hands of newly accepted ACS-64 number 602, on it's first revenue run. Wilmingto... (more)
Passing through Newark today was the always controversial 65R Oil train. The lighting came out good, considering it was a race against a bridge and the sun...
An NS oil train sits near Chrysler Yard, waiting for track authority to proceed down the Delmarva Secondary to the Reybold, DE refinery. Meanwhile Amtrak Acela 2256 speeds north towards Wilmington... (more)
A speedy Acela flings snow over 64R as it races North.
Amtrak 918 leads a regional through Davis Interlocking, while flurries lower visibility.
A Northeast Regional speeds off into the sunset on its way to Washington, DC.