Amtrak #160 leads this westbound passenger train at Syracuse, NY.
Yet another oddity on Amtrak in the early 90's was the Turboliner, which could still be seen in regular service running between NYC and Albany.
A Northeast regional train crosses Powells Creek near Woodbridge, Virginia.
The Empire Builder rolls eastward about 148 miles from it's journey's end at Union Station in Chicago. She's running about 2 hours down.
After making her station stop in town, Amtrak's southbound "Adirondack" heads south alongside State Routes 9N/22 and the west shore of Lake Champlain towards the next stop in Ticonderoga.
The "Salt City Express" crosses over from 3 to 1 as it heads north into the twilight
A little bit of climbing was needed to find this spot, something different than most of the spots which are right off the side of Hwy 2.
The Eastbound Empire Builder on the BNSF Hi-Line.The horses in the foreground made a nice photo prop.
The Eastbound Empire Builder crossing the large Two Medicine Trestle on the Hi-Line.
Amtrak 49 is running a few minutes late this morning, having just passed NS train 358 at Pettisville.
Along the Hudson (at left)
Amtrak 160 leads the California Zephyr through Berwyn with a nose that could use some repair work.
A damaged P42 leads No. 5 past a coal empty as it departs Galesburg for the West.
Front end damage on the lead unit of yesterday's California Zephyr #6.