Train 152 is led by an rebuilt AEM-7AC as it hustles through Edison. This train is running a bit late on its journey from Washington, D.C. to New York Penn Station on a beautiful spring morning. ... (more)
A Northeast Regional rolls into Wilmington in a relentless rain storm, putting on a light show with flashing ditch lights and blinking strobes; once a trademark characteristic of Amtrak. With the... (more)
Amtrak's New Orleans bound Crescent slows down for the Elizabeth S-Curve, as it passes a New York bound NJ Transit train.
A not so clean looking AEM-7 speeds through the North Elizabeth station on the Northeast Corridor.
The "Crescent" on its way south
Amtrak 129, as of this date, would typically be led by a new ACS-64 "Cities Sprinter" locomotive. However, on this particular afternoon a pair of relatively clean AEM-7s are in charge, each with ... (more)
The 921 heads "up the street."
Some birds get startled by the arrival of this Northeast Regional.
Passing through Halethorpe on the way to BWI, the pantograph creates a nice spray of water on a rainy day.
A Keystone Service train whisks through North Elizabeth.
Amtrak's New Orleans bound Crescent has just departed Newark, as it approaches North Elizabeth. Power for today's train is an AEM-7.
A rather dirty AEM-7 powers a Northeast Direct train through the interlocking in Metuchen.
Get your shots of these before they're gone. Soon enough the NEC will be plastered with ACS-64s leaving the AEM-7 and HHPs in the history books.
The battered face of an AEM7 with many millions of miles of service performed. The end of the line is near for them with the arrival of the new ACS64s.