Spring has come and the trees are beginning to leaf out along the Shore Line as Amtrak F40PH 208 heads up an eastbound Northeast Corridor train whose passengers have a nice view of Long Island Sou... (more)
An Amtrak corridor train from Boston has completed the diesel-to-electric power swap at New Haven, and AEM-7 909 is ready to depart for New York and Washington. New Haven Union Station, in the bac... (more)
Bygone days on the NEC- wood ties, GG1-powered passenger trains of heritage cars, and rubberized grade crossings.
I was on assigned to Sunnyside yard and worked a few midnight shifts in the summer of 2006. Imagine my surprise to find a sign painted on the brick of a building for Pullman Porter sign out. I fe... (more)
Amtrak Veteran's unit 90221 pauses at the Sturtevant Amtrak depot as it brings up the tail end of Hiawatha #337 on September 3, 2017.
A long southbound train of heritage equipment behind a "bloody-nose" GG-1 rumbles into 30th Street on the old PRR jointed rail. The locomotive is one of the seven GG-1s painted in Amtra... (more)
The Coast Starlight descends the Cuesta Grade outside of San Luis Obispo. PPE on.
One of the prototype Viewliner Sleepers with original Phase III script lettering.
Former Metroliners of various fates. The car on the left was converted to a "Michigan Coach" while the car in the center was converted to a cab control car. It is missing its fiberglass shroud. ... (more)
The 742 was prepped for sale at the Wilmington Shops after decades of service switching terminals on the east coast in Albany-Rensselaer and Washington DC.
The former NYC station in Utica, NY has been serving passengers since 1914 and is a a beautiful building inside and out.
Amtrak P030 is seen passing the abandoned Stoney's Brewery in Smithton, PA.
Amtrak 708 leading Empire Service train 244.
The Broadway Limited is racing west under the old New Haven Street bridge, passing the crumbling station platforms at Mount Joy. The bridge has since been replaced, and Amtrak and the Commonwealt... (more)
Amtrak P32AC-DM 709 leads train 280 south as a ship heads north on the Hudson River.