Morning haze has settled over downtown Denver, roughly 17 miles in the distance (as the crow flies), as Amtrak units 204 & 130 lead the California Zephyr into Coal Creek Canyon.
Amtrak ALCO RS3 114 and 136 were Pennsylvania 8604 and New york Central 8291. I shot them at the Amtrak facility at the old New Haven Northup Avenue yard.
Northbound Northeast Regional from Lynchburg approaching its Manassas station stop with unit 156 on train 156
Amtrak's Empire Builder passes under the 16th Street Viaduct departing Milwaukee for Seattle on the westward passenger track between Milwaukee Depot and the Cutoff. The speed limit on this track w... (more)
A now very late P089 slow rolls into North Collier and has stopped to write down an EC-1 that will give them a directive to pass the the reason why they are late, at restricted speed. Q401 got a k... (more)
An early morning westbound Keystone led by ACS-64 #648 roars through Croydon, PA. The snow storm came with little warning, starting at about 5 AM but was all but a memory by 9 AM with the Sun mak... (more)
The Capitol Limited passes by the remnants of Kensington's snow cleanup, which in part made use of a patch of grass near the station.
A North Bound Amtrak passes a South Bound CSX Coal Train at South Acca Yard, Richmond, VA.
The scrapping of a classic. Having been off the Amtrak roster for about 2003, the Morristown & Erie decided it was time to let this one go for good.
Two of Philadelphia's most prominent sky scrapers serve as backdrop for this photo featuring Amtrak's Acela Express as it rounds a sharp bend just shy of Bristol, PA.
The 504 is the assigned yard engine, and the 140 is ready to head up the Sunset Limited.
NOUPT on an early foggy morning.
The Amtrak Houston station sees some activity with the Sunset Limited in town during its scheduled 1 hour dwell.
The eastbound Sunset Limited notches up around a curve somewhere in west Texas. Today's train had an equipment substitution (Sleeper instead of Transdorm) which allowed this unique view.