A 9800 series cab car with the old dynamic brake grids on the roof and clam shell door sits in storage at Wilmington Delaware. Maybe someone thought it had a flat tire?
This cab car climbs out of the tunnels under the Hudson and into daylight that no longer exists here today; the entire area has been built over for development.
This former Metroliner cab car sits in the yard as some new hires learn car handling with a geep and some cafe cars.
Taxi or train? An Amtrak California San Joaquins or Capitol Corridor train overtakes and dwarfs the taxi as it does some street running in Oakland.
Metrolink has some oddball paint schemes.
Four generations of commuter equipment at one station.
No clue what these are specifically called but it looks like the Canadian version of a Horizon car on the left and who knows what's on the right.
In it's final years as an active cab control car, the 9800 wore a "black bandit mask" around the windshields. When the car went in for overhaul it emerged with an all blue nose and cab ... (more)
Two MARC trains are neck and neck on the inbound and one is outbound. If you count the WMATA red line train in the background it's a 4 in 1.
An eastbound Amtrak California Capitol Corridor train glides along the shores of San Pablo Bay at Hercules. Leading is cab car #6962.
A former metroliner cab car leads a Keystone into Newark.
Commuters carefully cross track A to get to the platform at Halethorpe during an awful snow storm.
Three varieties of cab cars lay over before the next run.
A Saturday evening Amtrak departs for Sacramento from Oakland's Jack London Square, known for it's signature street running.