915, so far the only preserved locomotive of its class, sits in the company of other NEC machines like GG1s, a Metroliner and E60.
Side view of a mighty-mite 51-foot long AEM-7 wearing Amtrak's "minimalist" paint scheme, pausing at Middletown. By comparison, its predecessors, the E-60 and GG-1, were 71 feet and 79 f... (more)
Amtrak Train 137 heading west through New London.
Amtrak Train 137 heading west through Niantic.
Now a museum piece at Strasburg, the 915 emerges from the woods west of Elizabethtown, clattering along the old PRR 152-lb jointed rail with the "Pennsylvanian."
Close up of the Re-manufacture plate on the 946.
The last two AEM-7s sit in Ivy City before being hauled off to Wilmington that evening.
A northbound Conrail mineral train meets a DC-bound AEM-7 on the 1913-built Bush River Bridge.
The last AEM-7AC to run a revenue mile, squares off with one of the newest ACS-64s on the toaster's last day in Washington DC.
The unsung hero, 939 was the parts donor keeping the 942 and 946 going up until the very end. It is seen spending its last afternoon in Ivy City waiting to be hauled to Wilmington that nig... (more)
A battered No. 920 is eastbound against the grain as it brakes Train 664 for a station stop at 9:42 a.m.
A heavy snow falls as the frozen toaster is determined to make it to DC.
I had the rare and distinct honor of photographing the AEM-7 Farewell Excursion photo op from the head end. The engineer tugs at the whistle cord to sound the horn as we proceed into the MARC sta... (more)