The 738, wearing a Washington Terminal heritage livery, was seen during its last days at the Wilmington Shop being prepped for sale.
Former Amtrak 10-6 Sleeper #2453 was named Cedar Grove, and is a former SP car stored at Gateway Rail Services. It's been about two decades since this car last saw service on Amtrak.
P42 112 is looking pretty clean, and is a good example of the full Phase V livery including the red sill stripe across the nose, and Amtrak Blue number board with white frutiger numbers.
One of the first Amfleet I Coach Class cars with the new interior refresh, featuring comfortable e-leather cushion upgrades to the existing seat frames.
One of the first Amfleet I Business Class cars with the new interior refresh, featuring comfortable e-leather cushion upgrades to the existing seat frames.
642 heads up the Exhibit Train at 30th Street.
642 and 406 square off.
MARC HHP waiting for its next run.
The sole red nose MARC unit comes shooting up the middle by its lonesome.
The Missouri River Runner waits for its morning departure time at Kansas City.
Kansas City Union Station celebrated its 100th birthday in 2014. The Amtrak portion of the station is a small fraction of the size of this magnificent structure.
Kansas City Union Station celebrated its 100th birthday in 2014.
The Mark Twain Zephyr was led by power car "Injun Joe", and sits at Gateway Rail.
The shop switcher at Gateway Rail Services, Inc.
The Texas Eagle and a Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis train are neck and neck at the station.