One of only 15 Amtrak HHP-8's (as in 8,000 HP) leads a Corridor train over the icy waters of the Delaware River with a final destination of Boston.
As the February 2010 blizzard begins to wind down, an HHP 8 slogs out of New Carrollton past a snowbound Metrorail facility. Amtrak manged to keep running in this storm.
The sun sets on a Friday night as another Amtrak train heads across the Susquehanna River Bridge.
One if by land, two if by sea, three if by rail. Amtrak's NEC crosses the Schykull River, West River Drive, I-76 and Girad Ave, all in one scene.
The University of Pennsylvania has completed their new sports park, providing some nice greenery to compliment the NEC heading southbound.
This electric HHP-8 and Diesel-electric MP36 are ready for the afternoon rush.
A passenger engine so loved it's nickname is the hippo.
Roaring by Metropark on its way south, as evening nears
The 664 rolls into the first intermodal train station in the US.
A youngster watches the arrival of a morning MARC train that will take his family to Baltimore.
Coming out of the Perryville station siding and out onto the Susquehanna River Bridge.
Northbound Northeast Regional service approaching the Aberdeen station at speed.
Amtrak HHP-8 #662 thunders past Princeton Junction station with a set of Viewliner cars in tow as one of Amtrak's long-distance trains zips past the tower on a sunny Sunday afternoon.