BN 433 heads south with a short local.
The late shift crew on board CTRR #35 heads out to switch the Sappi paper mill during the overnight hours.
The man this Washington Terminal Heritage unit is named after, Pete Grosso, worked as a Train Director in K Tower (on right) and later as a conductor on yard engines like this.
The Washington Terminal heritage unit rolls around its namesake terminal with a cousin in the background.
One of the few remaining SW1000r's still in the mid 90's "Phase III MOW/Non-Revenue" livery it got when purchased from NRE.
The Washington Terminal heritage unit brings a cut of cars out of the station to the yard for servicing, as its ancestors have done for over 100 years.
The "Spirit of Pete Grosso" coupled to an Amfleet in the lower level of Washington Terminal underneath H street.
The 794, a Washington Terminal heritage unit named after deceased conductor Pete Grosso, hauls a train out to the yard past K Tower. Pete was also K Tower operator prior to becoming a conductor.
This striking heritage unit is right at home in Washington Terminal's West Yard, waiting for its next move. Washington Terminal predates Amtrak by 70 years, and although it is now part of Amtrak i... (more)
The Coors Brewing Company's SW1000 shuffles a set of special purpose hoppers from the grain silo to the brewing building. The hoppers have special adaptors on the tops to facilitate precise quant... (more)
A true heritage unit with a special dedication. Pete began his Amtrak career in 1994 and worked his way up through several crafts, ranging from servicing toilets, to working in K Tower as a... (more)
A true heritage unit with a special dedication. Blair Slaughter puts the finishing touches onto the 794's dedication decals for Pete Grosso. Pete began his Amtrak career in 1994 and worked ... (more)
A true heritage unit with a special dedication. Pete Grosso began his Amtrak career in 1994 and worked his way up through several crafts, ranging from servicing toilets, to working in K To... (more)
A view not often seen, from the ground or the air. The turntable and roundhouse at BNSF's Balmer Yard in Seattle, WA. Featuring an SW1000, placed like it was just waiting to have it's photo ta... (more)