A Turboliner heads to NYC as seen from the Greystone Station pedestrian overpass.
Amtrak 62, a French-built Rohr Turboliner, is seen heading southwest as it traverses past Porter Tower from the former Pere Marquette main into Michigan to the fomrer New York Central Chicago line... (more)
A northbound (railroad westbound) Rohr Turboliner approaching the Crugers Station. Date is approximate.
A southbound Amtrak turbo set passes a northbound Metro North commuter train along the Hudson River.
A long abandoned Amtrak Turboliner spends another lonely night under the stars in Schenectady, NY.
An Amtrak Turboliner train is seen on the Hudson Line from high above on the Bear Mountain Bridge.
Amtrak upgraded only one set of Turboliners to RTL II standards and that set operated in Empire Corridor service for only a few years. The uniquely painted train is heading southbound along the Hu... (more)
The one and only RTL II Turboliner, was renumbered into a four digit number to avoid interfering with the P42 deliveries. It is seen during a layover in NY before heading back to Albany wearing t... (more)
The one and only RTL Turboliner to be upgraded to an RTL II wore a unique demonstrator paint scheme for a number of years. This set of equipment was the lone operating Turbo for a few years, and ... (more)
Yet another oddity on Amtrak in the early 90's was the Turboliner, which could still be seen in regular service running between NYC and Albany.
Amtrak train No. 280 blasts out of the tunnel at Garrison, New York, on April 11, 1991.
A pair of brand new Turboliners, not yet in revenue service, bracket the "pointless arrow" on the SDP40F that's the outbound power for the evening's Lake Shore Limited.
One of Amtrak's Rohr Turboliner trainsets speeds toward the tunnel at Breakneck Ridge, New York, with an Albany to New York City train on April 14, 1991. In the background is the Hudson River, whi... (more)