Party like it’s 1976! Phase III had just been introduced to Amtrak’s fleet and Phase II was very much still in evidence. But in truth this was on the night of Sunday, February 3, 2019 at Washingto... (more)
Ready to leave Washington with the New York section of the "Southern Crescent". Trespassing? Yep.
The new workhorses of the Northeast Corridor, Siemens' ACS-64 locomotives, rest at Washington Union Station in this early March 2017 view.
As seen from Washington Union Station's track No. 30, a quartet of Siemens-built ACS-64 locomotives rest in-between passenger trains on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor.
The crew of train 98 detrain at Washington as ACS-64 #643 startsup, ready to pull the train north to New York Penn.
An Acela consist rolls into Union Station past K Tower and two waiting MARC trains. Rush hour is just getting into full swing, and the two MARC consists will soon be backed into the station for l... (more)
A hippo soaks up the little bit of winter sun offered between the sheets of clouds outside Washington Union Station.
An eastbound Acela and an equipment move shoved by ACS-64 645 pass K Tower in the busy Washington Union Station complex.
After the Amtrak "Farewell to the AEM-7s" excursion on 6/18/2016, I had a chance to take a shot of the cab of the 942, the lead motor on the trip. Get these shots now, because these unit... (more)
AEM-7AC #942 is chomping at the bit one last time. She will depart with the "Farewell to the AEM-7" special in a few minutes.
The end of an era. After their final excursion with Amtrak before their retirement, the last two toasters rest in Union Station for what is feared to be the final time.
I shot the Washington Terminal RS-1 switching the Union Station while I waited for a train to Roanoke.
While standing at the end of the platform I was able to photograph power from the C&O, SRR, RF&P, B&O, PRR and Washington Terminal.
The Conductor of a B&O Budd Car awaits the highball at Washington Union Station.