Late 1980s AEM-7 action on the Keystone Line, as an AEM-7 pauses at E-town with eastbound Heritage equipment. The low-level platforms were replaced by high-level platforms in 2009-2010, but the o... (more)
The final three together 946 and 942, power for the Farewell to the AEM-7 Excursion, are seen on a test run from the Ivy Citry Motor Pit to the station and back on the day before the excurs... (more)
If you look to the left of the frame, two people are holding AEM-7 number boards that were sold aboard the AEM-7 Farewell Excursion train on the way home. Many fans posed for a photo one last tim... (more)
Trainmaster Dave comes down off the lead unit after completing the photo op run on the AEM-7 Farewell excursion.
What a crowd! I had the privilege of riding the cab of the AEM-7 Farewell excursion for the photo op. This shot shows the massive crowd assembled on the platform to record the historic eve... (more)
Late 1980s Keystone Line action, with a short train of two Heritage coaches being pulled eastbound by an AEM-7.
Mid-80s AEM-7 action, as the northbound 910 and a ballast train are waiting for another northbound passenger train before proceeding.
"Double-Meats" lead a heavy train of Heritage equipment northbound over the Bush River Inlet on a windy late winter day. The bridge was designed by Joseph Baermann Strauss and features ... (more)
Farewell! The AEM-7 Farewell excursion was spotted on track 14, where passengers could walk up to the head end to take photos before their trip aboard this historic farewell excursion. Iro... (more)
AEM-7AC #942 is chomping at the bit one last time. She will depart with the "Farewell to the AEM-7" special in a few minutes.
The "Farewell to the AEM-7" excursion preparing to depart the Wilmington Shops for Washington, DC
The leader of the recent "Farewell to the AEM-7 Excursion" is seen in this photo of a Keystone Service train stopping at E-town in the spring of 1989. Note the two different style fonts... (more)
Mid-80s AEM-7 action, with the DC-bound 943 panned from Chelsea Road. Note the black pantographs.
AEM7 905 awaits its disposition at Amtrak's Wilmington Shops while the 908 looks in from outside, June 18, 2016. This image was taken during the shop tour that Amtrak held as part of the Farewell ... (more)
A nearly-new 934 hustles an odd consist southbound under Chelsea Road- a baggage car, seven Amfleet cars, some type of Heritage car, and another baggage car bringing up the markers.