An AEM-7 rests near K Tower in the very early hours of the morning. Crews work through the night to assemble trains for the morning rush.
A yard crew brings a Northeast Regional set from the station to the yard in the wee hours of the morning while the rest of the city sleeps. Photo taken with protection and PPE on railroad propert... (more)
Set of power off Southern Crescent Ivy City engine terminal
Photographer- unknown- from my personal collection.
Southern 1401, in all her Green & Gold glory awaits her second attempt to be moved into the Smithsonian. The first time the 1401 was lifted ... (more)
Three generations of conventional Amtrak electric power, consisting of an ACS-64, HHP-8, and AEM-7 (left to right), are displayed in Ivy City Yard, Washington DC in a historical gathering. Both th... (more)
Chicago, IL to Lee Creek, NC Molten Sulfur train K867 crawls past Anacostia Tower.
A Midday MARC commuter train is photographed at the shuttered QN Tower.
D765, having worked the Metropolitan Subdivision, heads back east at F Interlocking
Waiting to go south.
With RF&P E8A 1001.
This NEC veteran takes a moment at the motor pit before its next trip. ACS-64s are quickly replacing older electrics and it will only be a matter of time before this one is retired.
A group of switchers pause midday from their hostling duties at Union Station. These workhorses have made a lot of moves over the years.
655 rests with train after another jaunt along the NEC.
What if Amtrak sold these plates once the AEM-7s are retired?