As three passengers disembark from Amtrak's Chicago destined Cardinal, Amtrak's Phase II heritage P42DC departs from Prince Station under the cover of darkness.
Amtrak Heritage leads Chicago-Milwaukee Hiawatha Service, passing Metra's still-manned Tower A2. NOTE: Taken on Metra Property with permission.
The Canyon Limited waits to depart Williams on this warm May morning. GCRY 2-8-0 29 can be seen in front of the depot in a state of semi-retirement.
The half-mast flag flies in the gentle breeze on a gorgeous Spring afternoon, as Amtrak's Ph. II heritage unit leads the St. Louis bound Missouri River Runner.
Amtrak Heritage Unit #66 leads the daily Raleigh to Charlotte "Piedmont" train #75 through Haw River, NC.
I was expecting heritage unit 156, but a curveball was sent my way. Heritage unit #66 cruises through Lemont with the Texas Eagle.
As of a result of a fatal grade crossing collision a few hours earlier at Warboro, NC, Amtrak 66 sports a 'black eye' and other battle wounds. On the rear of today's train was the exC&O private ca... (more)
The "Silver Meteor" has something special on both ends...with C&O "Chapel Hill" bringing up the rear. Looks like a ditch light got smacked somewhere....
The Capitol Limited is sporting heritage unit 66 on the point this night as it stops in Toledo.
Today’s Southbound Crescent pulls into Birmingham with a special visitor leading it to the station, the Amtrak heritage unit 66 wearing the “Phase II” paint scheme. This unit completes a hat tric... (more)
The Crescent arrives in downtown Birmingham with Amtrak’s 40th anniversary ‘Phase II’ commemorative engine on the point.
Phase 2 Heritage unit 66 looks great rolling the "Carolinian" north on the former RF&P
Amtrak and Key Holiday's "Reno Fun Train" works up the East slope of Donner Pass, behind Amtrak 66.
Heritage unit at twilight, as the "Cardinal" pauses at Manassas; note "Illinois High Speed Rail" sticker on pilot to left of "Beech Grove" designation.
Amtrak's City of New Orleans eases into Switch Tender Jct in Jackson, Miss. after departing the station just out of sight. The eastbound KCS train in the distance will wait a little while longer a... (more)