Amtrak's Phase 1 celebrity locomotive arrives at Deland on a warm New Years Eve. Note the shorts worn by some of Amtrak's patron waiting on the platform. Only in Florida. Thank You to those who ga... (more)
Amtrak's Phase 1 Heritage locomotive has just departed the Orlando Amtrak station and whistles southward through industrial neighborhoods south of Kaley Yard bound for Tampa and Miami. Thank You t... (more)
Amtrak's Phase 1 celebrity locomotive arrives at Orlando as Maryann and the crew exchange waves on a warm New Years Eve. Maryann sporting her engineers hat continues her childhood pastime of watch... (more)
Amtrak's phase 1 schemed P42DC number 156 guides it's train into the station at Birmingham.
The westbound Pennsylvanian passes through Ronks, a homely little village in Lancaster County PA...
Amtrak heritage phase 1 unit leads the westbound Pennsylvanian through Narberth Station.
Amtrak Heritage unit hauls 6 amfleet coaches west under the PRR signal bridge at Devon on the Keystone Corridor.
Adding my simple version to the collection, the eastbound Pennsylvanian passes the New Florence detector pulled by 40th Anniversary P42 #156 in the Phase 1 scheme. Train is doing track speed at 79... (more)
AMTK 156 crosses the Swatara Creek Bridge on its way east to Philadelphia...
Amtrak Heritage P42 number 156 rolls East through Duncannon, Pa. with the Pennsylvanian in tow on December 3, 2011.
With the Station stop complete 04T departs Johnstown right on time.
Amtrak Heritage unit hauls 6 amfleet coaches west under the bridge at Paoli on the Keystone Corridor.
Amtrak Heritage Locomotive #156 rests in the yard at TrainFestival in Rock Island after trailing NKP 765 on her all day excursion.
Amtrak Heritage Ph1 P42DC #156 is leading the NB Carolianian PO80 geographical eastbound here on the ex-SOU H Line for its on time arrival in Selma, NC on a very warm autumn morning.
The east bound Cardinal led by a heritage unit heads thru the once busy town of Thurmond. The old C&O coaling tower is in the background as well as the old US&S signals are still in charge of move... (more)