Remember the "lava lamp" paint scheme on Amfleet?
Passing CSX Q301 headed in the opposite direction
Passing a loaded oil train waiting to exit the Northeast Corridor
Beautiful fall morning
The first ACS-64 continues to earn its keep as more sister units are accepted for revenue service. Before long, these and the Acela will dominate the NEC.
The south end of the "Corridor" reaches deep into Virginia. At the bucolic location of Ashland, VA, a morning northbound Amtraker brakes to a stop to board a few patrons.
Amtrak Heritage Unit #156 will depart the Staples Mill Road Station at 8AM in the morning as Northeast Regional Train #84. April 2011.
In search of the Pennsy - With a day to kill I hopped on Acela Express 2160 out of D.C. and got to Baltimore late morning. After exploring and shooting the splendid Penn Station I headed o... (more)
Headed for Washington and points north as it cruises through Leesylvania State Park
Slowing for the stop at Fredericksburg
Former "Pepsi-Can" in the lead