I was surprised to see a rather large PTC decal on this locomotive. Every locomotive is required to be PTC compliant by the end of the year by law, and it won't be anything that special. Maybe it... (more)
Does it get much better than this? Perfect evening light, an explosion of fall color, stunning water and... oh yeah, a train! Amtrak's Empire Service rolls along the Hudson River after passing und... (more)
On it's second revenue run after being painted into Phase III, the 145 is in charge of the Silver Meteor and takes on fuel at Jacksonville. Only a couple chips to the paint on the plow mar the pri... (more)
Tri-Rail at the old Miami Airport stop.
Tri-Rail's facility in Hialeah had a variety of equipment outside the shop, including F40PHL-2 805, two GP49H-3s and a bi-level DMU.
Two of Tri-Rail's retired F40PHL-2s, 804 and 801 sit tucked away from the rest of the herd in the yard.
Amtrak Oddball: The 10501 is a former US Army hospital car that surprisingly made it into Phase IV. It was still in use at the time as a classroom and was quite a unique in having outlasted... (more)
Amtrak's Empire Service heads southbound along the scenic Hudson River near the Bear Mountain Bridge as amazing brilliant light shines upon the scene.
Amtrak's Empire Service heads northbound along the scenic Hudson River near Peekskill as observed from nearly three miles away through a telephoto lens.
Amtrak's Ethan Allen Express heads over Annsville Creek.
Amtrak Empire Service approaches Bear Mountain Bridge in brilliant evening light, which is reflecting off of the Scotchlite stripes and decals full power.
Amtrak Empire Service and a local Metro North train pass in the distance.
The 712 leads a southbound Empire Service Train past Bannerman's Castle on Pollepel Island on the Hudson River.
The 712 leads a southbound Empire Service Train out of Breakneck tunnel.