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.
"DC Streetcar at Smith Commons"
An eastbound DC Streetcar approaches Smith Commons, a multilevel bistro serving New American fare in a converted-warehouse space at the corner of H Street &... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 4911 rolled out of the Juniata erecting halls in January, 1942. Two owners and over 38 years later, it’s waiting for its next passenger assignment at Ivy City terminal in... (more)
Is this 2016 or 1916? If you look close enough you can tell, but this was the first time the main hall had been restored as close to original form in decades. The center cafe had been removed, a... (more)
Exactly one year ago to the day, the "Farewell to the AEM-7" excursion train had just arrived back into Union Station after a full day of memories, marking the end of an era for a locomo... (more)
The "Farewell to the AEM-7" excursion train has just completed the photo run by at Halethorpe, exactly one year ago today. I had just climbed down from the cab of the 942 after videoing ... (more)
A line of ACS-64's wait at the Ivy City Maintenance Facility.
Acela 2006 sits inside the High Speed Rail building at the Ivy City maintenance facility in Washington DC. This building was constructed just for working on these Acela trainsets - another buildin... (more)
Displayed at the 100th Anniversary celebration for Union Station; wonder if these two had met before at this location? (On the lower level, of course.)