An Amtrak critter holds on Track 8 while America's fastest train, the Acela Express, streaks out of Boston South Station on the adjacent Track 7 for NYC's Penn Station.
In a Hurry! KP-701 with Amtrak 578 & 570 make their daily run to Bear Car Shops. Todays pick up from the shops was only 1 Amfleet coach. 1/20th Pan
Southbound Hiawatha with the 406 in charge passes through the array of Pennsy & CNW signals guarding Tower A2
This classic old Santa Fe Depot is still adorned with Santa Fe logos inside and out, yet it serves Amtrak and Coaster passenger trains in recent years.
Trains + Beach = Paradise
AMTK 150 rolls through a rule 42 in effect around Bay Street bridge which is pictured here in several pieces. After 97 and two westbound freights clear a track block will be in place to help lower... (more)
Amtrak's first GE P32BWH, only six months old at the time, rests in the warm evening light at the Rio Grande passenger station in Salt Lake City.
The Boston section of the Lake Shore Limited makes a rare move on the Hudson Line south of the Rensselaer station. After pulling south thru CP-142 after separating from the NY section, it is backi... (more)
AMTK 450 leads a Northbound Pacific Surfliner through Oxnard, CA.
Amtrak's Phase III painted NPCU leads a southbound Hiawatha Service train up and out of downtown Milwaukee.
The northbound coast starlight with some heritage on point
After a station stop at Depew, the Lakeshore limited continues east towards Rochester.
F40 #402 is interesting in that it not only was retired after 2000 in Phase III paint, but it may be the only F40 that was active after 2000 that never got ditch lights. It was only used as a tra... (more)
F40 #401 was rebuilt and wore the Intercity Phase IV scheme and was used mainly as a trailing unit before being stored.