Hiding in the Hedgerow
Just three and one half years after being repainted in a Pennsylvania Railroad scheme, Amtrak GG1 4935 was retired and placed in storage at Amtrak’s Wilmingt... (more)
The setting sun illuminates a work train engine.
One of the few F40s still on the roster with a prime mover, peeking out of the shops to watch the sunset.
Problems with the Silverliner V fleet have caused Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) to lease equipment from other agencies to substitute for those cars in service. Here we... (more)
Looking more like a Hollywood creation out of a sci-fi flick than a locomotive, the HHP is a really surprising sight with its skin removed. Note the bell hanging from the frame on the right side.... (more)
What would end up being the lone SW1 to survive on Amtrak's roster is seen getting a complete overhaul, and came out of the shop better than new. This unit had been the shop switcher for the Wilm... (more)
Let there be light! The 927 receives a ditch light mod, as required by law.
The Farewell to the AEM-7 excursion train sits backed into the Wilmington Shops while passengers tour the facility.
Almost a year ago to the day, one of the most memorable and historic Amtrak events took place with the Farewell to the AEM-7 excursion, which provided a rare behind the scenes shop tour and assort... (more)
You can feel the humidity in the air just looking at this image. It was the summer of 2003. I was relatively new to night photography, but I knew time was running out fast for the E60s and I neede... (more)
Amtrak looked quite at bit different in 1999. There were still a few MOW engines in the Safety Orange or "Pumpkin" scheme. Today, no more locomotives exist in this color, but there are s... (more)
Amtrak looked quite at bit different in 1999. Acela hadn't even been born yet, and E60s were the biggest power you'd find on passenger trains on the corridor. Fast forwarding to the present day,... (more)
The Delmarva Chicken Festival Train A Roger Puta Photograph
Crossing the Susquehanna river.
Septa painted MP54's rest in the layover yard Wilmington, DE in 1980.