406 has been back in Phase III for 5 years and still looks sharp.
915, so far the only preserved locomotive of its class, sits in the company of other NEC machines like GG1s, a Metroliner and E60.
603 has seen better days, but she's saved and sits in the company of other NEC machines like GG1s, a Metroliner and AEM-7.
One inbound, one outbound.
The flared radiator section gives a unique look to the rear of the Geeps operated by CDOT.
An old MHC now in MOW service sports the US Mail Contractor logo many MHCs received.
Power changes occur on the lower level of Washington Terminal, so seeing P42s and ACS-64s near each other is a common sight multiple times each day.
This ex Metroliner cab car gets some TLC with some fiber glass work.
Two ex Metroliner cab cars show off different doors. One appears to be an Amfleet II style with the taller window.
Amtrak Pacific Surfliner heading through a rather lush green area of SoCal.
Amtrak Pacific Surfliner train + Pacific Ocean = SoCal awesomeness.
An Amtrak Pacific Surfliner train rolls through green the marshland of Torrey Pines.
An Amtrak Pacific Surfliner train rolls out of town past a few folks still making their way to the station.
An Amtrak Cascades set rolls southbound along scenic Bellingham Bay near last light of the day.
Streamliners at Spencer.