A southbound Virginia Railway Express commuter train crosses Neabsco Creek near Woodbridge, Virginia, on April 23, 1996.
An outbound commuter stops at Alexandria as a thunderstorm head into the area.
Commuters head home at dusk on a cold day, with snow on the marina piers; most boats are out of the water and in storage for the winter.
VRE V58 leads southbound Manassas Train 331 out of Alexandria during the evening rush. The new equipment looks really sharp in the evening light!
Amtrak V54 leads southbound Train 301 for Fredericksburg at the Franconia/Springfield Station.
VRE equipment lays over in Washington Terminals coach yard. This equipment came to VRE in 1992, the coaches from Mafersa and the EMDs were Boise rebuilds.
In the words of the 'street photographer' Weegee, "f8 and be there" (although f9 worked nicely here, also)
Commuters head home after a long day in DC.
VRE train 333 pulls into the Rolling Road Station.
A southbound afternoon VRE commuter train has just departed Washington's Union Station and is seen here passing Virginia Avenue Tower.
Shadows creep up as commuters head home past an abandoned siding in Manassas
Waiting for the evening rush to bring commuters home. Photo taken on rr property with permission.
Spectacular pre-dawn sky as the sunrise nears
Heading for Manassas and Broad Run