Lots of bugs met their match when they got in the way of this high speed train.
That building going up in the background has long since been completed.
Acela Express Power Cars get overhauled and are lookin' good!
Departing Washington Union Station for points northeast, an Acela trainset passes Amtrak's distinctive K Tower, the dispatching and operations center for the entire Washington Terminal. Hundreds o... (more)
The Acela class leader arrives Union Station
Acela isn't as attractive when her nose is up, but it's interesting.
A completely rehabbed truck awaits duty.
Acela 2000, class leader, sits on the edge of the high level looking down upon an AEM-7.
An Amtrak Acela Set gets serviced at the Wilmington Shops
A passenger head down the platform as a trio of Acela train sets wait in the station to head up the road.
ACELA 2003 passes a new office complex made out of the former Norwalk Lock Company on a beautiful spring evening in revitalized downtown Norwalk.
Acelas are heavier than European relatives due to more stringent impact standards in the US, and with that comes an increased need for braking power; with three rotors per axle.
Acela Express train 2159 is at one of it's fastest speeds. Doing all of the 125 mph speed limit though Guilford, CT.
Not stopping at BWI...
The engineer's view of the spaceship-like Acela; the fastest train in North America.