It's a Pumpkin Patch! This ex United States Army flat car is still in service, now for Amtrak. The original Army green and white lettering is still visible decades after it was built.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, especially to those who are working or serving our country.
Something that was so common for decades is now a thing of the past. A stout little locomotive that became the face of Metroliner and the majority of the conventional trains on the NEC had a numb... (more)
Passengers head to board a train, passing a large sculpture titled "The Spirit of Transportation."
"Hello and goodbye." A Northeast Regional passes the Vermonter, both with AEM-7s. A year later these locomotives would all be retired.
I happened to capture an old New York Central "pitch fork" signal still in use while heading home after a long day on the Toys for Tots special. The Toys for Tots goal is to deliver, thr... (more)
Santa and Mrs. Claus say Merry Christmas and wave farewell as the 2016 Capital Region Toys for Tots departs Rouses Point, NY. The Toys for Tots goal is to deliver, through a new toy at Christmas, ... (more)
With the cold weather upon the Northeast, how about some summer SoCal memories to warm up the atmosphere? Pacific Surfliner rolls through some of the most scenic parts of California.
What a beautiful summer day in New Orleans... Too bad you can't feel the humidity in this photo! NOUPT is a station that serves both Amtrak and Greyhound.
There's not much need for a caption on this one.
Just another day at the office for this engineer.
Acela Express is a fine looking train.
It's not everyday you get to have a locomotive parked for you, let alone the superstar of the NEC! We were shooting an "Amtrak Matt" video on this day, and the America's Railroad Salutes... (more)
When you can smell the paint they're so new.
Zoom pan of the 928 rolling into BWI on a blustery winter day.