The well-worn 942, doubleheading with sister unit 946, is ready to pull Amtrak's special "Farewell to the AEM-7 Excursion," Train No. 942, scheduled for a 9:10 a.m. departure from Track 14. The t... (more)
The canopy at the former Ridgefield Park Union Station provides a cool location to watch trains on a hot spring morning. NYS&W's WS2 is shunting freight cars at the adjacent MC Yard.
Preserved SP 7457 on display with a brand new light package, numberboards, and paint job.
An Amtrak train, powered by AEM-7 939 (with mismatched numberboards), is seen at Washington DC's Union Station on October 11th, 1986.
CDOT Train 3629 moves up the platform to load passengers.
Not "Potsylvania"...A Virginia Railway Express train arrive at Union Station in Washington DC to begin its trip on the agency's Fredericksburg Line. Fresh from nearby Ivy... (more)
Takin' It To The StreetsWashington DC's just opened streetcar line is a 2.2-mile ride running in mixed traffic along H Street and Benning Road in the city's Northeast quadrant. Ope... (more)
A trio of SDPs takes the Floridian out of town and toward Birmingham and points north. It was still a big train in those days, but nightmarish problems north of Louisville would eventually kill r... (more)
It's A Start...Scheduled to open in Spring 2016, a test train on Kansas City, Missouri's, new 2.2 mile streetcar line has arrived at the southern end of the line at the city's Union... (more)
The Everglades A Roger Puta Photograph
South bound Amtrak Cascade train enters Portland Union Station.
The westbound Croxton-Allentown job passes through Union with a leader that has seen some rough times during its service life.
Albina Yard bound transfer from Lake Yard moves past the Centennial Mills complex in downtown Portland.
A Talgo set leaves for points north on a sunny north west day. The mill in the background is being torn down for more apartment complexes and the Fremont bridge stands tall in the background.
L&N 3005 sits at the head of its train at the south end of Union Station's trainshed. As passenger service shrank, L&N used the trackage around Union Station more and more to accommodate freight ... (more)