Auto Carriers are prepared for unloading on Amtrak's Auto Train.
Auto Carriers are filled for the afternoon departure of Amtrak's Auto Train.
Auto Train Superliner Sleepers have upgraded beverage stations at the top of the stairs not found on other routes.
P42 #10 leads a southbound Northeast Regional over Neabsco Creek.
CSX heads over Neabsco Creek on a fine summer day.
The Auto Train heads over Neabsco Creek on a fine summer day.
The Silver Star heads over Neabsco Creek as the setting winter sun begins to set.
A MARC HHP sits near a batch of freshly trued Amfleet wheels.
A MARC MP36 is in the company of several Amtrak ACS-64s.
VRE laying over during the day in the Coach Yard.
An Acela and duo of P42s move about the yard under the old B&O bridge.
Pulling into the last few feet of track at Washington Union Station.
A decent crowd boards at the beach station stop of San Clemente.
A Pacific Surfliner lays over with a classic F59PHI. The days are numbered for these locomotives in this service with the recent arrival of new Siemens Chargers.
In a scene that reminds me somewhat of the opening of Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood, this Pacific Surfliner navigates through downtown San Diego on its way into the station.