The 2017 Amtrak Autumn Express "Hudson River Loop" edition stopped at Newark to let more passengers on, as well as swap from power provided by the 642 to the 156 and 145 on each end of t... (more)
An Amtrak Road Foreman, one of many integral operations staff for this historic trip, steps down from the 156, one of three specially painted locomotives on the 2017 Autumn Express "Hudson Ri... (more)
Amtrak Empire Service train #280 as seen traveling down the eastern shore on the former New York Central Water Level Route, captured from the Autumn Express traveling up the western shore of the H... (more)
Metro North is seen across the Hudson River from aboard the Amtrak 2017 Autumn Express.
The Amtrak Autumn Express, train 805, was dubbed the "Hudson River Loop" edition and marked the company's 5th consecutive year of the operation. The train operated with the involvement ... (more)
The 660 stands by on protect duty, ready to jump into action should the need arise.
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.