Caked in dirt, its paint peeling, this AEM-7 has put in a lot of hours. Farewell.
Toasters and hippos in storage as far as the eye can see. It was a pretty impressive sight.
The 902 is chopped into three chunks to be loaded onto trucks for further dismantling off site. Units 950, 951, and 953 wait to meet their demise in the background. Now a year later, the farewel... (more)
Goodbye to you... With the upcoming final farewell to the AEM-7's, I dug out the most memorable photo I've ever taken of one, on a Strasburg Railroad charter.
The shot wasn't entir... (more)
Not Down For The Count Yet
Rumors of the demise of the AEM-7 at the beginning of this year caught some by surprise, especially the rate at which they began to fall to the blow torch. Luckily en... (more)
A quartet of toasters are on the pit. A sight you won't see again here.
The 937 is in for some TLC.
Two toasters await their next move, and apparently a lot of bugs met their match when they got in they way of the one's previous run.
The 909 trots over the Bush River as a jet skier heads in for the afternoon.
The 943 leads a double header into Wilmington.
With Amtrak retiring their fleet of AEM-7s, the only place in the Philadelphia area to see the old workhorses is on SEPTA. Here, after making a station stop at the Neshaminy Falls station, SEPTA #... (more)
A southbound Amtrak train is just out of 30th Street Station as it heads for Washington, D.C.
Meatball, Toaster, Mighty Mouse - lots of nick names for this type.
I'm pretty sure this is the last good skyline shot I took of a toaster.
The hippo and the toaster.