"Sprinting Through the Junction"
One of Amtrak's new ACS64s leads an 8-car train on #180 east through Kearny Junction as it approaches SWIFT.
Amtrak ACS-64 604 is seen pulling a southbound northeast regional.
After a slow day on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor on Saturday due to a trespasser getting hit at the Levittown, PA station, action is back to normal on Sunday as Southbound/Westbound train 163 makes... (more)
Amtrak 19 speeds through Norris, SC with 184, the phase IV heritage unit, in the lead.
The date is just a guess, but this was back at the East Syracuse depot, in the days when Roadrailers were a common sight on the rear of most Amtrak long distance trains.
It's kind of like pressing Athearn wheels onto an axle, but these are a LOT heavier and need a lot more force. A shop employee attaches brand new Amfleet wheels to an axle to make a wheel set.
Both are now gone.
Currently en route towards Albuquerque, featured here we see Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief #4 as it travels through beautiful Rio Puerco, NM on a hot and sunny early August morning.
Check out that counter weight!
Various power hangs around the Loco shop.
That nose sure stands out in the snow!
Heading for Washington and points north
Various equipment in the yard on a sunny but frigid day.
This station in Rochester, NY was the first example of this type of Amtrak station, and became the standard nationwide when Amtrak had the need to replace existing or construct new facilities. It... (more)
A custom cover tested on Auto Train to further prevent diesel exhaust from entering into the car when positioned directly behind the locomotive is seen here.