An Amtrak train, powered by AEM-7 939 (with mismatched numberboards), is seen at Washington DC's Union Station on October 11th, 1986.
The Builder's Plate Calls 'Em Dash 8-40BP, Not P40DCAmtrak San Diegan #574 departs from Santa Ana, California, in November 1993. Leading this San Diego-bound train is Amtrak... (more)
Amtrak's Superliner exhibit train.
Dig those shiny number boards. Photo by Gary Zeitler.
Amtrak's Empire Builder passes under the 16th Street Viaduct departing Milwaukee for Seattle on the westward passenger track between Milwaukee Depot and the Cutoff. The speed limit on this track w... (more)
A pair of P40s leads Chicago-bound City of New Orleans on a chilly morning.
The First Pooch! A Roger Puta photograph
Inbound power from train number 1 sits on a service track at Redondo Jct
A trio of Pooches wait to depart Lorton.
Westbound Winnebago Amtrak F69PHAC Nos. 450 and 451 were the first all-new A.C. traction locomotives in North America. They were experimentals that were built at La Grange in 1989, and ... (more)
This sharp looking SW-1 moves a baggage car on a hazy spring day.
P32AC-DM class leader, #700 thaws out inside the "turbo shops." A recently started locomotive produced a nice smokey effect. Photo taken with permission.
The 707 departs Syracuse at the old depot located in East Syracuse that has been torn down and station relocated closer to downtown at the Regional Transportation Center.
Comparing rear ends... on P32s in Phase III vs Phase IV that is. These unique locomotives look similar to P42s until you take a closer look. They have no rear door in order to fit the extra equipm... (more)
Waiting for its next assignment, this dual mode P32 is the modern day FL9.