Pan shot of the only Amtrak yard engine of its type to have full size number boards.
Light power doing some street running.
The southbound Silver Star heads past the marina at Neabsco Creek, destined for Miami.
A southbound Northeast Regional in Amtrak Virginia service heads past the marina at Neabsco Creek.
NJT in the open air over A Interlocking, which is now enclosed and this locomotive is now retired.
Testing... This wasn't a goof. This was the concept car for the new Acela inspired livery (Phase V) adaptation for the conventional fleet, which had sample graphics applied on the exterior ... (more)
The setting sun illuminates a work train engine.
One of the few F40s still on the roster with a prime mover, peeking out of the shops to watch the sunset.
The RTL III's were put into a version of Phase V paint that was developed to match the Acela and Amfleet adaptations.
Pine Mesa was built for the Santa Fe, and served Amtrak under the same name. The car is part of the Temple museum collection, which is at the Amtrak station. It is undergoing restoration t... (more)
Holy Graffiti ...It's rare to see graffiti on Amtrak equipment, especially this much.
Three of a kind ...but two are remanufactured AEM-7ACs and the one in the middle is a factory original - can you spot the differences? These engines are attached to their respective trains... (more)
This slab sided Budd car began life as a Coach that Amtrak chose to convert to a baggage car in the late 90s for the then-expanding mail and express business. This came at a time when Heritage ca... (more)
Hi-Level Coach Dorm step-up cars were half coach seating and half crew dorm rooms. This shows the rear half of the car with the old southwestern motif cushions.
Los Angeles Union Station at dusk.