Photo by Roger Puta.
Just arrived; 921's days are numbered.
Drilling at Washington
Amtrak P42 Genesis locos with 169 at the point are drilling through Washington DC Union Station Terminal yard.
Two sprinters and two Acelas provide a unique composition.
The Amfleet Office Car, Beech Grove, was recently repainted in Phase III and features small arrow logos and "America's Railroad" lettering toward the hind end.
Amtrak number 9800, the carrier's First Class Conference Club car, sits in the Ivy City shops on January 22nd, 2015. This car is normally used for specials and charters, and the car bears Metr... (more)
MARC, MARC, everywhere!
This is the only one Amtrak has with full size number boards.
Two brand new ACS-64s flank a revenue train coming in off the corridor with an AEM-7 as though they're observing how it's done.
Brand new at the time.
Passengers scurry past a good looking AEM-7. Many parts from this unit were saved and auctioned by Amtrak on eBay.
Two Yellow Line trains pass over the Potomac River near downtown Washington DC on a perfect blue sky day.
Among the grandest of grand railroad stations in the USA is the one in our nation's capital, Washington Union Station.
Ready to head to the pit.