Compare and contrast two modern Siemens products, one diesel-electric, the other electric.
The Washington Terminal heritage unit rolls around its namesake terminal with a cousin in the background.
My first time seeing the 2nd Phase II heritage unit in person. It's quite the contrast with the more modern Acela in the background.
Acela Express rests in South Station.
These locomotives remind me of an armored vehicle from a Japanese cartoon.
MBTA near North Station with the Boston Museum of Science in the foreground.
MBTA about to cross the Charles River lift bridge on its way out of North Station
Two things quintessential Boston: The T and Duck Boat Tours
Say something nice... You can sure see the logo from far off!
The GP40MC is unique to the MBTA, who has quite a variety of power.
The Downeaster has just passed the MBTA purple line maintenance facility and will be at North Station in a few moments.
The Downeaster is in good company with four MBTA trains at Boston North Station during the evening rush.
The Downeaster rolls out of North Station in Boston about the cross the Charles River, and even Shania Twain buffs the departure with me, lol.
MBTA F40 catching some late day summer rays on its way out of town.
MBTA rolls out of North Station over the Charles River. The tower on the left is an old B&M structure that is still used to control the lift bridges. For some reason, this F40 wears a DOT livery a... (more)