Amtrak Police K-9 unit training at Washington Union Station. Aziz has a toy in his mouth; a sure sign he did a good job.
The lone ranger still going strong.
Three of a kind makes for an artsy composition.
One of the new Chargers in the Midwestern paint scheme visits the NEC for testing, but sister units are destined for MARC service in the future. This MARC MP36 tows the "Charger X" to the yard aft... (more)
The hind end of one of the new Chargers in the Midwestern paint scheme visits the NEC for testing is seen as it is shoved to make the hand off to an Amtrak yard engine. Sister units are destined ... (more)
One of the new Chargers destined for Midwestern assignments was a part of this MARC train and is headed for testing on the NEC. Note the yellow wheels and instrumentation cables. This type of lo... (more)
One of the new Chargers destined for Midwestern assignments visits the NEC and is prepped for testing. This type of locomotive has been ordered by several states for passenger service they subsidi... (more)
The Palmetto heads by the entrance to the Tidal Basin as it continues its trip south.
A Rocky Mount to Oak Island manifest makes its way across the Anacostia River in Washington DC on a gorgeous summer morning.
An Amtrak switch crew runs light from the station tracks after making its last switch of the day. The power will be brought to the tie up track after this.
406 has been back in Phase III for 5 years and still looks sharp.
A northbound Northeast Regional begins its long journey from the platform tracks at Washington Union Station, passing an NRE rebuilt "SW10."
One of Amtrak's end-cab gensets awaits its next assignment at WAUS.
Power changes occur on the lower level of Washington Terminal, so seeing P42s and ACS-64s near each other is a common sight multiple times each day.
Chillin' with the guards.