The NS executive train's F7As are no stranger to Washington Terminal. In a previous life they were employed by MARC, the commuter line for Maryland.
The NS executive train eases out of Union Station past K Tower to head up the Amtrak Northeast Corridor with dignitaries aboard. Photo taken on RR property with permission.
An NS Office Car Special makes a rare appearance on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor, running as "Amtrak 846" between Washington, DC and Newark, NJ. The train is shown crossing the Raritan River at 6:1... (more)
Quiet and dormant. Hard to believe this place employed thousands in it's heyday as one of the Minnesota's Iron Range first taconite plants. Not much remains on the property now and nature is star... (more)
After a hard trip busting drifts and breaking trail during a late season snowstorm coming back from Taconite Harbor, Erie Mining Company F9(A) #4210 and three (B) units park off to the side of the... (more)
It's the spring of 2013 and one of two remaining Erie Mining, LTV Mining and now Cliffs Erie Mining F9(A) units still on the property sits along with Erie Mining C420 #7222 in a small yard near wh... (more)
The NS Presidential Special roars West on Main 2 towards CP 458 on its way to Chicago.
Battered 4214 is on the point of a pellet train to Taconite Harbor scheduled for 3 pm.
With the snow/rain mix under some dark and dreary weather outside, the cab interior of former Erie Mining Company F9(A) 4214 looks a little rough and about the same as the weather outside, the r... (more)
It may have looked battered and bruised but this F9 earned its keep as long as LTV Steel mining was alive.
The "Office Car Special" is eastbound as it traverses downgrade by the small town of Shawsville enroute to Altoona.
The basic cab of an EMD FP9A at the Ontario Southland Railway shops. This particular unit sat at VIA's Toronto Maintenance Centre for years, after being retired from the Waterloo and St. Jacobs Ra... (more)
The eastbound OCS rolls around the curve on the west approach to the siding at Piney Flats, TN.
The Norfolk Southern Office Car Special executive train makes a morning run Northbound up the Shenandoah Valley.
The NS OCS train makes its way past the iconic "See Rock City" barn on the west end of Bulls Gap.