Green brake indicator lights and red signals illuminate the stainless steel cars of the 2016 Toys for Tots train as it nears Albany-Rensselaer.
The Rohr RTLIII Turboliners were upgraded by Super Steel in Schenectady, NY in the early 2000s. Only three sets were completed, and I believe two saw limited service before the program was cancell... (more)
Two story classic Amtrak station design? Yes, but there were only two with one still serving as an Amtrak station today. This one has a unique P40 mural inside.
Two story classic Amtrak station design? Yes, but there were only two with one still serving as an Amtrak station today. This example in Miami had been recently given some TLC and looking nice.
Another one bites the dust... a number of 1970s era Amtrak station designs have closed in recent years to make way for new modern facilities or restored old stations that have been revitalized. Th... (more)
The 1914 New York Central station not only still stands, it still serves rail passengers. Rome is the home town of former CEO Joe Boardman, who would sometimes frequent the station to go home for ... (more)
Rounding the bend at San Clemente Pier on a misty evening.
A former Southern Pacific Sunset Limited car with its trademark oversized name plate is now in private ownership but still carries the Cedar Grove name Amtrak gave it. All of these ex SP Sleepers ... (more)
Special delivery! Brand new Charger destined for Amtrak Midwest service is on its way to the test track at Pueblo, CO. It, along with two Horizon Coaches and the 87 came into town on the Southwest... (more)
Once common, now rare... This particular unit has been off the roster for a number of years and only one sister unit remains relegated to protect duty.
Check out that rear end light package!
Built in 1927, it's one of the oldest cars on Amtrak's roster. It's a former PRR B60b Baggage car turned into a Tool/Wreck Car, dedicated to VJ Tana and AB Phillips.
New MARC Charger #83 waits with a train for the evening rush as a passenger engrossed in her phone heads down the platform paying no attention to the new locomotive.
New MARC Charger #83 sits ready to haul a revenue train, amid a mix of other equipment.