Fifteen minutes out of D.C., 331 passes through the smaller city of Alexandria en route to the even smaller Manassas, Virginia.
As the sun begins to set over the horizon, VRE train 331 makes an on time departure from Alexandria as signaled by the highball from the assistant conductor on the second car. The head conductor w... (more)
Bringing the commuters home. V23 carries its load of commuters over Accotink Creek.
New VRE cab car #714 trails as a Manassas-bound commuter departs a very cold Crystal City.
Sounder equipment heads north to Washington, DC on a cold February day.
Evening train from D.C.
A northbound VRE hustles across the Neabsco Creek trestle headed for Washington D.C. Union Station. The creek empties into the Potomac River at this location along the former RF&P.
333 discharges passengers in the evening.
VRE's "City of Manassas" heads into the setting sun after detraining tired Washington commuters.
310 pushes north over the Occoquan River on a sub-freezing winter morning.
"Sounder" equipment awaiting departure
Awaiting departure at sunset
Passengers waiting to board
Just after dawn