The lone ranger of red nose MARC locomotives is about to depart on a revenue run.
The NCDOT Combine (Baggage/Lounge) "Core Sound" makes its way from being rehabbed at Delaware Car down to home rails as a yard crew is on their way to attach it to the rear of the Caroli... (more)
MARC equipment laying over in the station.
The Phase IV Heritage unit heads out to the yard.
A southbound Amtrak train rounds the curve at L'Enfant Plaza in Washington, D.C.
Three AEM-7s in this shot; the middle one is hard to see.
An ex-Conrail SD60I pulls the southbound Orange Juice cars across the Anacostia River Bridge in 2000.
Passing the U.S. Capitol Building as it heads south
The one and only red nose left on the system made its way over the road yet another time. This unit is normally used for protect and is rarely seen in action. All sister units were sold. some w... (more)
Metroliner lives on in the form of a First Class Conference Car
Growing in numbers and on their way to taking over all conventional duty on the NEC, two Amtrak Cities Sprinters peek out of the maintenance facility at Ivy City on a picture perfect morning.
Departing DC with the Capitol building in the background
Q405 makes its way by Anacostia Tower on a sunny summer afternoon.
Amtrak Train Director Rich Hafer at the model board at K Tower as the clock approaches midnight.
R403 crosses the frozen Anacostia River on a cold winter morning.