The Acela crosses the Anacostia River on final approach to Union Station.
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)
CSX trains approach the southern end of Benning Yard over the Anacostia River on what is arguably the smallest vertical lift bridge. Although this part of the 9-mile-long Potomac tributary is rare... (more)
The eastbound Capitol Limited, AMTK 30, approaches Washington Union Station with the Amtrak veterans unit and exhibit train in tow on a beautiful May afternoon. Meanwhile, a Red Line Metro train s... (more)
A clean ACS-64 with a dramatic sky made for a nice combo.
The New River train is made up and pulls off the yard to deadhead to WV. The entire train doesn't fit into the scene with its numerous Amfleet and private cars. Photo taken on RR property with P... (more)
VRE coming off the yard and into the station.
The cab of the VRE MP36 are a bit different than the sister units MARC has. Click here to compare.
The 9800 sits by itself until summonsed again.
VRE trains lay over in Ivy City as an Acela goes over the mainline in the background.
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.
The 10005 is a former "Michigan Coach;" originally a Metroliner. It is outfitted with lasers and gizmos on the roof to gather catenary information at 125mph. Coupled to it is 10004, th... (more)
One of two HHPs still in service has just completed its run.
Now retired, but at the time the 664 was bringing a Northeast Regional into Washington DC.