Train Meetings. As a Metro train departing NoMa-Gallaudet U station meets one heading into the station, an Amtrak train heads into Union Station while a MARC unit awaits its next assignmen... (more)
Busy Day! There's a lot going on at Union Station today. The Metro heads out from NoMa-Gallaudet U toward Union Station. Several MARC units wait around the depot area as another MARC train ... (more)
Railroad Trio. The Metro heads toward Union Station from the NoMa-Gallaudet U station past some MARC passenger cars and the rarely photographed (at least on RP) Amtrak 792 EMD SW9 switcher.
The Eleventh Day of ServiceOn March 8th, 2016, an LRV makes its first stop on Washington DC's H Street as it heads east from Union Station. Opened on February 27th, 2016, this 2.2-... (more)
Takin' It To The StreetsWashington DC's just opened streetcar line is a 2.2-mile ride running in mixed traffic along H Street and Benning Road in the city's Northeast quadrant. Ope... (more)
DC Subway - A view of the Union Station Metro stop in Washington D.C. with a Glencoe bound train waiting in the station.
Last trains. The 2010 Blizzard starts to intensify as Metrorail begins to shut down all above ground routes due to heavy snow.
Trains, planes, automobiles and fire trucks, this scene has them all. Passengers on the WMATA Yellow Line get a rare treat as a Boeing 787 Dreamliner prepares to depart DCA airport.
An original Rohr Industries 1000 series train makes a station stop at the Ft Torren Metro Station. Due to an accident in 2009 only a short distance behind the train in the photo, 1000 series cars... (more)
A late night Orange Line Train pauses at McPherson Square. Shortly afterward, the station agent ran me off.
A Blue Line Train arrives at the Arlington National Cemetery Station.
A pair of Blue Line trains meet at the Arlington Cemetery Station.
A Red Line Metro bound for Glenmont navigates a curve toward the New York Avenue station beside the Union Station yard.
An Orange Line subway train, heading from Vienna-Fairfax (VA) to New Carrollton (MD), pauses at the Stadium-Armory station on June 28, 2009. These Rohr-built cars were the first cars operated on ... (more)
A train of older Rhor cars seen at New York Ave on Inauguration Day. The tracks to the right are the approach to Union Station. Today, Metrorail moved 1.3 million people smashing all records.