The one and only RTL II Turboliner, was renumbered into a four digit number to avoid interfering with the P42 deliveries. It is seen during a layover in NY before heading back to Albany wearing t... (more)
An acela departs Baltimore on track 7.
The engineers on the Sunset Limited refuel at Lake Charles.
A southbound morning Empire Service train passes through Cold Spring amid fall foliage.
The building in the center of the frame in front of the elevated mainline is the old B&O depot.
Some fishermen are unfazed by the HHP zipping by above.
Acela passes over the Susquehanna river as I enjoy a crab cake sandwich for lunch at the Tidewater Grille. I was the only person dining outside in late October, but it wasn't so bad with underarm... (more)
A southbound Empire Service train passes the entrance to Annsville Preserve Park in Peekskill.
The southbound Crescent hustles along the bayous of Louisiana moments before crossing Lake Pontchartrain just outside of the big easy.
Daylight for now... As work progresses to enclose this area forever, an Empire Service train negotiates many switches on its way to the Empire Connection. Photo taken on RR property with permiss... (more)
The Beech Grove office car brings up the markers as this Northeast Regional heads up the road under threatening skies.
Two MARC Meatballs head up this evening commuter train boarding for an on time departure.
A MARC train rolls into NCR as a WMATA Orange line train head into the yard.
It's train time.
The pointless arrow, aka the chevron logo, is still displayed above the entrance to the first station just north of Washington DC. Being protected from the elements, it has aged rather well.