946 was regularly found working MARC train assignments in the spring of 2016, but wound up eventually obtaining one last Amtrak assignment as the trailing unit on the AEM-7 Farewell excursion.
An AEM-7 led SEPTA commuter train rounds the elevated curve in Claymont, DE on the NEC as it prepares for a station stop.
An Amtrak Regional train, led by an AEM-7 numbered 917, makes a brief station stop at the former PRR station at Trenton, NJ.
Meatball on the Portal - The AEM-7s have all been retired, but not this 100+ year old bottleneck on the Northeast Corridor. Here at the Hackensack River 4 tracks merge into two with a s... (more)
A short-for-this-world SEPTA AEM7 leads a Thorndale express train into Bryn Mawr on a gorgeous spring evening.
A one-year-old MARC AEM7 brings a Baltimore-bound train past the unused tower at Bowie, Maryland.
A Washington-bound MARC train rolls into its station stop at Bowie, Maryland on an April day in 1988. Much has changed over the 29 years since this photo was taken. The MARC AEM-7 fleet is on the ... (more)
A brand new Amtrak AEM-7 is in the Indiana Harbor Belt's Argo Yard as it awaits movement east to Blue Island Yard for a pick up by Conrail for delivery to its owner on the east coast. Tom Golden ... (more)
Lineup of former Amtrak electric locomotives at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
Remember the "lava lamp" paint scheme on Amfleet?
Saved from the scrappers torch, Amtrak AEM7DC #915 basks in some late afternoon light at the Railroad Museum of PA.
"Right On Time":
At 12:27 PM, Amtrak 109 Metroliner, with AMTK AEM-7 948, is adhering to schedule, southbound just south of FREDERICK ROAD (mp 99.9) in Baltimore, MD, on the NEC, Novemb... (more)
"Kerchink, Duck and Cover":
Amtrak 169 "Mayflower", with AMTK AEM-7 942, southbound passing the neighborhood of Harewood Park (Chase, MD), just south of GUNPOW Interlocking (mp 79.3) on the North... (more)
Early AEM-7 action, with an almost new (built 8-80) 905 hustling three cars southbound on No. 3 Track, which was usually reserved for freight in those days.
The Northeast Corridor stretches as far as the eye can see from above New Brunswick station.