A relatively clean E-60, sans windshield grilles, heads north with "The Murray Hill." The train is on a 4-hour schedule from DC to New York, compared to the approximate 3-1/2 hour sched... (more)
An aging E60 in the yard of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. Hopefully it'll be restored in the future.
The old NEC, before the improvement project was implemented- "The Betsy Ross," southbound at Elkton. No. 167 was on a 4 hr 3 min schedule, New York to Washington.
Early E-60 action, without a windshield grille. No. 953 leads a heavy southbound into 30th Street, with its pantograph depressed to a low level to clear the covered platforms. The high headlight... (more)
For many years, Amtrak trains to Harrisburg operated out of Suburban Station (vs 30th St) in Philadelphia, and old Metroliners were the equipment of choice. Since the Metroliners were prone to me... (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. 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)
This stretch of nearly north/south trackage on Deseret Power Ry. is one of the only places you can shoot a morning, loaded train in good light. Wouldn’t you know there was a layer of thin clouds o... (more)
Deseret Power Ry's morning train has finished unloading at the Bonanza Power Plant and is now accelerating up to track speed. The coal loadout is 35 miles ahead in western Colorado. This wide angl... (more)
This shot shows the late afternoon, loaded, coal train of the Deseret Power Ry. rolling downgrade as it nears the Bonanza Power Plant, about 3 miles ahead. This is a Wednesday and so the railroad ... (more)
Two New Jersey Transit E60CHs sit in South Amboy Yard on the final day of GG1 ops ever.
An Amtrak train with E60 #959 on the point slides thru on track #1 while passengers disembark from Jersey Arrows MU's stopped on track #4.
Early E-60 action with no windshield grilles, as the 970 blows by the southbound platform at Aberdeen at 80 mph. The Penn Central Deepwater Green station signs were replaced by Amtrak about a yea... (more)
Pan view of an E-60, sans windshield grilles, streaking southbound as seen from the shoulder of Chelsea Road. The 183-ton 71-foot long giant was built by General Electric in March of 1976.