Lots of horsepower here, with the 637 being assisted by the 644
A late afternoon Amtrak Keystone train sprints west through Malvern, PA, with ACS-64 No. 637 on the point. The station, to the right, was built by the PRR railroad in 1900 and remains in service t... (more)
Amtrak ACS-64 #637 at Edison.
Heavenly Hell Gate.Constructed from 1912 to 1916, New York's Hell Gate Bridge is, one hundred years later, still arguably the most beautiful railroad bridge in America. The entire b... (more)
Double-header! A pair of Amtrak Cities Sprinters double head westbound (south) through Metuchen station in NJ on a crisp Winter's day. The snow, which did not much last through to the weekend, w... (more)
Amtrak Cities Sprinter captured in the Tacony section of Philadelphia, PA sprinting towards Trenton, NJ on a beautiful Summer day in June.
After navigating the reverse s-curve in Bristol, Amtrak's ACS-64 #637 highballs through Croydon, westbound, en route to Philadelphia.
The James Whitcomb Riley is seen headed westbound to Chicago on the C&O/EL with a lone SDP40F leading the charge. Tom Golden photo.