Cabbage photo taken from the crossing.
The 40th Anniversary celebration in Milwaukee had the 406 on the point of the Exhibit train.
CDTX 90225 leads a forty minute late Amtrak "San Joaquin" Train 712 into the famous Stockton Santa Fe Station on San Joaquin Street. This train was forty minutes late due to mechanical ... (more)
It is a damp and dreary day as Amtrak "san Joaquin" Train 716 arrives at Martinez, California.
This is a Phase I body F40 to NPCU conversion and was the last to wear Phase IV paint. It has since been rebuilt and put into the Phase V scheme.
The first NPCU ever constructed by Amtrak is also the only Phase 3 body F40 converted, and it's still wearing Phase III stripes (although the blue is Phase IV Deep Blue).
The one and only former GO Transit F40PH turned NPCU passes the Chicago Sun-Times building on its way out of Chicago.
The 90222 is former F40 #222 from the first order of F40 locomotives. It is sitting in the Fort Worth yard while on layover, and will be the leader on this evening's Heartland Flyer to Oklahoma C... (more)
The northbound Heartland Flyer chases the last bit of daylight as it departs Forth Worth, Texas.
Although not providing any horsepower, GO NPCU 907 looks like it could be on this morning commuter train. Back in the days when it did provide horsepower, 907 was known as Ontario Northland FP7A ... (more)
Amtrak NPCU 90219 departs out of Milwaukee with a eastbound Hiawatha, passing under the old cantilever at KK Bridge.
The "Satellite unit," or modified NPCU #90225 for the Good Morning America live broadcast train that ran for a week in 2008 sits outside of shops in Rensselaer. This unit was later put ... (more)
A Downeaster train passes through Lawrence on its way to Boston. Many old mill buildings in Lawrence survive and have been repurposed. While it is a stop for MBTA commuter trains, Amtrak simply pa... (more)
A southbound Downeaster is about to leave Maine and enter New Hampshire as it crosses the Salmon Falls River.
On an unseasonably warm November night, Amtrak's Pere Marquette waits for it's 6:00 AM departure. The Vernon J. Ehlers Station is just over a year old and a vast improvement over the old depot.