Not "Potsylvania"...A Virginia Railway Express train arrive at Union Station in Washington DC to begin its trip on the agency's Fredericksburg Line. Fresh from nearby Ivy... (more)
Takin' It To The StreetsWashington DC's just opened streetcar line is a 2.2-mile ride running in mixed traffic along H Street and Benning Road in the city's Northeast quadrant. Ope... (more)
The Beech Grove #10001, Amfleet Office Car, fresh out of overhaul.
Sprinters, as far as the eye can see! This is the new face of conventional trains on the NEC.
One of the new Gensets in DC, manufactured from the former 797, brings a NER out to the yard.
One of the new Gensets in DC trots out of the lower level.
The premiere train of the western hemisphere.
An older Dash 8 helps out on today's Capitol Limited.
Brand spankin' new.
Double headed sprinters.
What a different one digit can make... The most sought after locomotive on the NEC sits next to its next of kin in Ivy City.
Amtrak "American View" #10004 is a home built Theater car created from one of the two prototype Viewliner Sleepers. The seats are recycled Superliner prototype seats and the carpet stil... (more)
Looking rather ratty, this old unit gets some attention in the 70s. From my collection, photographer unknown.
I shot the Washington Terminal RS-1 switching the Union Station while I waited for a train to Roanoke.
Still in Washington, D.C. commuter service, B&O “torpedo boat” GP9 6603 gets its train ready for the afternoon rush hour on July 21, 1978.