Foggy morning heritage
Amtrak's Phase IV heritage unit leads a very late Lake Shore Limited west through New Carlisle in heavy lake effect snow.
Amtrak 69 with the 184 Heritage Unit is crossing the Saranac River in Plattsburgh, NY
Lakeshore Limited 449 at MP-107 in Westfield.
Amtrak’s Vermonter exits the Bellows Falls tunnel as heavy snow falls with another foot forecast by Saturday. The Vermonter has the Amtrak commemorative P42-9 #184 leading the southbound train.
Amtrak’s Vermonter crossing from Vermont into New Hampshire at Windsor, VT/Cornish, NH. In the background is the 1866-built 450-foot Cornish–Windsor Covered Bridge, listed as the longest wooden c... (more)
Amtrak's southbound Vermonter train #57 is making time southbound through another picturesque Vermont town, South Royalton, with Amtrak commemorative P42 #184 leading the train.
Amtrak's southbound Vermonter train #55 is seen crossing the 3rd Branch White River in the quaint New England town of Bethel, Vermont. The Vermonter has Amtrak commemorative P42, #184 leading thr... (more)
Amtrak's southbound Vermonter train is seen exiting the 166-year-old Bellows Falls Tunnel beneath the town of Bellows Falls, Vermont. The daily Amtrak service is climbing out of the tunnel, which... (more)
Amtrak’s daily Vermonter train makes its Randolph, Vermont stop on the last day of November. Amtrak commemorative P42DC #184 rolls into the classic New England scene on the southbound trek.
Southbound Amtrak Vermonter train #55 is seen crossing the Sugar River trestle at Claremont, NH, with Amtrak P42 #184 leading the 5-Car Train.
Southbound Amtrak Vermonter train #55 is seen crossing the Boston & Maine stone arch bridge at Bernardston, MA, with Amtrak P42 #184 leading the 5-Car Train.
Amtrak's P42DC 184 phase IV heritage leads Vermonter 57 through South Deerfield on a cold Saturday afternoon.
AMTK 184 thunders east through Smithton, Mo while on point of the 314 Missouri River Runner.
On a sunny afternoon, Amtrak No. 3 departs Galesburg, IL. At Academy, the line splits, with one leg passing through the big yard, and the other past the siding at Clay.