Amtrak work train KH709 is tied down in Hartford yard for the night. Power consist of GP38H-3 and two MP15DCs.
Following substantial flood damage to the New England Central Railroad's Roxbury Subdivision at White River Jct. and vicinity, Amtrak's July 1 northbound Vermonter was canceled at Windsor, Vermont... (more)
Between the parade of passenger trains, an Amtrak "Cities Sprinter" ACS-64 is captured in tow en route to the shops in Delaware. The Philadelphia skyline serves as backdrop on this moody day in M... (more)
Well that was unexpected. With word from upstate New York railfans that AMTK 69 (the northbound Adirondack) left Albany with a GP38H-3 as sole power yesterday, I was one of many rail... (more)
Running long hood forward, Amtrak GP38H-3 521, leads a work train of ballast hoppers past Elizabeth Station.
Amtrak GP38H-3 527 sits at the Midway signals with ballast cars in tow.
KN702 rolls through North Elizabeth station with four empty KRL flat cars in tow. The train is running from Hudson Yard to the maintenance facility at Adams on the Northeast Corridor. Amtrak 52... (more)
KP701 with Amtrak 527 and 577 head light up the Norfolk Southern Delmarva Secondary to the Bear Car shops.
Amtrak KP-701 heads North on the Northeast Corridor after making a pickup from the Amtrak Bear Delaware shops. Including 2 passenger cars and several MOW cars.
Amtrak geep 525 is in notch 8 as it drags this dead MARC set towards DC. This hospital move is the result of a major en-route failure of MARC 4914. Maybe it was because it was Friday the 13th or... (more)
AMTK KP-701 sits on the NEC at Davis Interlocking, waiting for permission to enter Norfolk Southern's Delmarva Secondary.While a Northbound Northeast Regional train passes on the adjacent track.
Today's Downeaster, with Amtrak 520, glides to a stop for a Guilford westbound at Rockingham Junction
Busy afternoon at Newark - three trains at once - the Amtrak work train, an NS local with CR caboose, and the Septa local.
Daily Wilmington-Bear shop train pauses at Davis interlocking, waiting for a signal to go back north.