One word: Sleek.
A rare occurrence of making the station stop from the middle track mean it is not business as usual.
Société des Transports Intercommunaux de Bruxelles number 1069.
Is THAT our train? Nope. Some passengers waiting for a train get a rare surprise with MARC 68 heading back to Odenton MW Base after performing protect duties.
Trainmaster Dave comes down off the lead unit after completing the photo op run on the AEM-7 Farewell excursion.
What a crowd! I had the privilege of riding the cab of the AEM-7 Farewell excursion for the photo op. This shot shows the massive crowd assembled on the platform to record the historic eve... (more)
The now-preserved 964 (at Strasburg, PA) is pulling a heavy northbound train of Heritage equipment under the classic PRR position light signals between CP BUSH and Perryman. The 964 was built by ... (more)
Mid-80s AEM-7 action, as the northbound 910 and a ballast train are waiting for another northbound passenger train before proceeding.
"Double-Meats" lead a heavy train of Heritage equipment northbound over the Bush River Inlet on a windy late winter day. The bridge was designed by Joseph Baermann Strauss and features ... (more)
The first E-60 leads a dozen steam-heated Heritage cars by Substation 17, just north of the 69.5 signal. No. 950 was built by GE for Amtrak in December, 1974.
Mid-80s AEM-7 action, with the DC-bound 943 panned from Chelsea Road. Note the black pantographs.
Railgrinder 405 passes a coal train ready to head toward Harrisburg PA
A nearly-new 934 hustles an odd consist southbound under Chelsea Road- a baggage car, seven Amfleet cars, some type of Heritage car, and another baggage car bringing up the markers.
End of an Era: For 37 years, the AEM-7 electric locomotives pulled Amtrak trains along the northern east coast of the United States. They were the first successful electric locomotives Amtrak purc... (more)