Once common, now rare... This particular unit has been off the roster for a number of years and only one sister unit remains relegated to protect duty.
Check out that rear end light package!
Built in 1927, it's one of the oldest cars on Amtrak's roster. It's a former PRR B60b Baggage car turned into a Tool/Wreck Car, dedicated to VJ Tana and AB Phillips.
New MARC Charger #83 waits with a train for the evening rush as a passenger engrossed in her phone heads down the platform paying no attention to the new locomotive.
New MARC Charger #83 sits ready to haul a revenue train, amid a mix of other equipment.
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.
An RTL I Turboliner heads eastbound through Jordan, NY with an Empire Service train in the mid to early 1990s. Year is a guess.
The cloud line is aligned so the Southwest chief is just on the edge as it trots along at maximum authorized speed.
Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner motive power mainstay, the F59PHIs, are preparing to be phased out in favor of new Siemens Charger locomotives. Opportunities like this will become less common and then ... (more)
Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner rolls into San Clemente with a matched set.
The Amtrak Blue Water train pulls into the old East Lansing station under ominous skies.
The Southwest Chief passes climbs a super steep grade and passes an abandoned church up on the hill.
The Southwest Chief passes a spectacular bluff through some of the most scenic parts of New Mexico.
The Southwest Chief ascends a grade in the rugged but scenic terrain of New Mexico.
The Southwest Chief climbs the rugged but scenic terrain of New Mexico in the waning daylight.