Amtrak AEM-7 920 crossing Dock Bridge, and about to enter Newark Penn Station on the Northeast Corridor.
MNCR's addition of constant-tension catenary on the New Haven line has made for quite a jumble of wires, old and new supports at South Norwalk! Here, an AEM-7 guides train 83 west under the mess, ... (more)
AMTK 946 blasts through Princeton Junction Station
921 sits under the parking garage of Union Station before its next run north. The battle scars on its nose are tell tale signs of the years of service this locomotive has accumulated.
The winter of 2009/2010 was hard on Washington DC with two major Blizzards. A dwarf signal had to be unburied before this AEM-7 could continue its short jaunt to the yard as the snow keeps coming... (more)
Wrapped in a jacket of stainless steel, an Amtrak Regional train departs the City of Brotherly Love on a cold wintery day in January.
Train watching - Corridor style! A zoom-pan captured at 1/6th. Click here for a... (more)
Metroliner lives on! The 9800 is Amtrak's only First Class Conference Car, rebuilt from Metroliner Snack Coach 863, makes its first run with Metroliner branding reapplied. Aside from the nose, M... (more)
Metroliner lives on! The 9800, Amtrak's only First Class Conference Car (rebuilt from Metroliner Snack Coach 863), makes its first run with Metroliner branding reapplied. Aside from the nose, Me... (more)
I don't think AEM-7s ever looked as good as when they wore Amtrak's classic "phase 3" paint. Here we see 936 making easy work of a six-car westbound Metroliner at North Elizabeth.
With grace, an Amtrak regional train crosses the PRR built Susquehanna River bridge as the sun sets behind. The piers to the left are remnants of an earlier bridge built by the Philadelphia, Wi... (more)
Northeast Regional train 85 slows for a station stop at Metropark in late-afternoon sun.
To Wilmington, post haste! A Railroad: AmtrakLocomotive: ASEA AEM-7Location: Perryville, Maryland, USALocomotive #: AMTK 916Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: November 11, 2011
An Amtrak AEM-7 and consist traverses the 1906 PRR built bridge over the Susquehanna River racing the sun for an evening arrival in Washington D.C.