A Union Pacific's 'Family Days' special takes employees and their families for a train ride at North Yard in Salt Lake City. All of the UP real estate was eventually sold, and is now the Utah Tran... (more)
Bennett Levin's PRR E8s lead an afternoon excursion trip around famed Horseshoe Curve. Later in that day, they would head more)
AZER 6070 North blasts through the Glenview Metra / Amtrak depot with Iowa Pacific's dinner train to Sturtevant.
Family Days are here again! Union Pacific's last operating E8 locomotive is ready to depart the Salt Lake City passenger terminal grounds for Woods Cross. Prior to the UP-SP merger in 1996, Salt L... (more)
EL 822 and 816 wait to head the morning westbound passenger train out of the Kent EL passenger station. It's winter in the late 1960's and soon all passenger trains on the EL will be history.
C&O E8 4008 heads west with the Newport News section of the GEORGE WASHINGTON at Oyster Point Rd.. There was a business car on the rear.
The E8 has been cut off from the GEORGE WASHINGTON and backs through the vast coal yards for servicing.
The Newport News section of the GEORGE WASHINGTON hustles through the Morrison section of Newport News near the final destination.
AZER E8 6070 sits in Bensenville Yard.
AZER 6070 heads out of downtown Chicago on its way to Indianapolis.
The Iowa Pacific excursion to Indianapolis heads over the Air Line.
Arizona Eastern 6070 explodes outta Union Station while an inbound suburban and Amtrak switch job do their daily business.
Coming up to a yellow board
The Floridian was still a pretty big train in late 1973, as shown here in October of that year, with three Es and a train that stretches well past the far end of Montgomery's train shed waiting to... (more)
This Amtrak E8 eventually became the PRR 5898 on the Blue Mountain and Reading. It was one of the last active Amtrak E units on the old New Haven Shoreline Route.