Cincinnati Union Terminal was transformed to a science center, in addition to a small portion that serves as the Amtrak station for the tri-weekly Cardinal in the wee hours of the morning.
Albany Union Station has not seen a train since 1968 but still stands proudly at 575 Broadway in downtown Albany. Opened by the New York Central in 1900, it served both the NYC and D&H. The statio... (more)
This abandoned shot is a piece of Hollywood history - in Ireland. It's also about the only time you are likely to find a connection with John Wayne on RP. This is Ballygunin station in County Galw... (more)
Interior of the colorful dome at the Cincinnati Union Terminal. This terminal still gets an occasional Amtrak train, but also houses a couple of fine museums and the Cincinnati Railroad Club, whi... (more)
Trinidad did not rate a larger, mission-style station like Raton, but that did not prevent the Santa Fe from proudly proclaiming the station's town and owner with large neon signs. Sadly, the stat... (more)
Vehicles are loaded into auto carriers and hauled down to sunny Florida while they relax and get ready to enjoy a ride on the longest passenger train in the world; Amtrak's Auto Train.
Washington Union Station on a picture perfect summer day.
This classic station is very true to its roots. Although it says Santa Fe, Amtrak is now the passenger service provider here.
Dawn is about to turn into day on this frigid morning.
Los Angeles Union Station interior.
The Crescent serves this station which dates back to 1907.
Only a small portion of this former Southern Railway station is used by Amtrak anymore. The main portion appears to be used for special events such as weddings.
Golden hour rays illuminate this veteran sign at Galesburg, which is in remarkable condition.
This station was designed by the same guy (Daniel Burnham) as Washington Union Station and many other famous buildings.
This station was designed by the same guy (Daniel Burnham) who designed the more famous Washington Union Station, and was built just one year prior to WUS. For being of the same era and of the sa... (more)