A true heritage unit with a special dedication. Pete Grosso began his Amtrak career in 1994 and worked his way up through several crafts, ranging from servicing toilets, to working in K To... (more)
A morning Pacific Surfliner departs Los Angeles.
Work train season was in swing this past summer and a rare daytime move is seen going through BWI.
What a pleasant surprise this was! The last time I had been through Beaumont, TX, the "station" consisted of just a small piece of pavement with no structure. This nice platform with and structu... (more)
The interior of an Amtrak Hi-Level Diner-Lounge now in private ownership but still with its original Amtrak interior. These cars featured a cafeteria lunch counter in the center of the car, with ... (more)
NS rebuilds in progress
A toaster and an old NJT Geep in newer colors meet.
Gone for good. I'm told this is a survey marker, defining the end of the Union Railroad and beginning of the Pennsylvania Railroad. It sat tucked cramped between a catenary pole and bridge... (more)
Built in 1966, this example is one of only eight unique units built for the anticipated Toronto Commuter service and initially wore CN paint. Named the GP40TC (Toronto Commuter), they eventually ... (more)
Farewell to the Pacific Parlour Cars. February 2 marked the last northbound departure and February 4 will be the last ever southbound departure before these cars are retired after 26 years... (more)