In 1981, the Maryland Department of Transportation took delivery of five rebuilt F7A’s from Morrison-Knudsen. Four of the units were essentially in-kind rebuilds of the original configuration, bu... (more)
Built in 1966, this example is one of only eight unique units built for the anticipated Toronto Commuter service and initially wore CN paint. Named the GP40TC (Toronto Commuter), they eventually ... (more)
The northbound Crescent heads over the Potomac River after passing Reagan National Airport on its way into Washington DC. Trees are in bloom and spring is already in the air.
The business end of and AEM-7
Twins rest after completing their run from the north.
MARC power stands ready for their return trips north.
The lone ranger red nosed Geep along with a rather rare HHP share a platform.
Newer MARC power sandwiches a veteran.
VRE passenger train passes through downtown Washington DC with US Capitol in the background.
One of the first Amfleet I Coach Class cars with the new interior refresh, featuring comfortable e-leather cushion upgrades to the existing seat frames.
One of the first Amfleet I Business Class cars with the new interior refresh, featuring comfortable e-leather cushion upgrades to the existing seat frames.
Conductor Manny makes sure his train gets off the platform safely as he departs Washington Union Station for the last time as a Conductor.
A geep peers out in the background as this HHP rolls out of the station.
The crew of train 98 detrain at Washington as ACS-64 #643 startsup, ready to pull the train north to New York Penn.
Pan shot of the only Amtrak yard engine of its type to have full size number boards.