A "patriotic" red-white-blue DC-bound Metroliner rounds the big curve just north of Aberdeen's Amtrak station. No. 827 is a Westinghouse-equipped 76-seat coach; PRR Class MP85E4. I remember look... (more)
Recently-rebuilt Metroliners head into the sunset, after slowing to switch onto No. 2 Track. Lead car No. 867 was one of twenty (Nos. 850-869) 60-seat snack-bar coaches built by Budd/GE as PRR Cl... (more)
A southbound Metroliner with a fresh red, white, and blue face passes Nassau Tower at Princeton Junction.
A battered Metroliner snack-bar coach rips over the East Bel Air Avenue crossing at 100+ mph, on its way to DC. Lead car No. 852 was one of twenty 60-seat snack-bar coaches built by GE as PRR Cla... (more)
Recently-rebuilt Metroliners add a splash of color to the bleak Maryland countryside, approaching the now-closed Chelsea Road crossing. Amtrak has moved sensitive equipment to the roof, out of th... (more)
A four car set of Metroliners approaches the junction controlled by Morris Tower in Morrisville, Pennsylvania. This is the point where the Trenton Cutoff diverged from the Northeast Corridor. The ... (more)
The only preserved/mostly unaltered (at the RR Museum of PA) Metroliner; snack-bar coach No. 860 is southbound at the now-closed Michaelsville Road crossing in Perryman. The snack-bar coaches (60... (more)
An eastbound 3-car set of rebuilt Metroliners comes out of the fog, sounding its 2-chime horn for the now-closed Rohrerstown Road crossing.
Four rebuilt Metroliners are southbound at Odenton Station; note the added roof bulges housing dust-sensitive equipment previously located underneath the frame. Also worth noting are the old Penn... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
An Amtrak Metroliner (now in Keystone service) meets Reading (SEPTA) RDC No. 9163 in Parkesburg, Pa. The RDC is heading for the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg to be restored as Lehig... (more)
Amtrak's first Metroliner "paint scheme" is seen in this photo, with an Amtrak sticker simply pasted over the Penn Central heralds. No. 859 is a Budd-GE parlor/snack car, equipped with ... (more)
A Budd-Westinghouse MU car leads a southbound train past the classic Deepwater Green Penn Central station sign at 100 mph.
The front end of two Budd built MU's on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
To the left, a sole PRR Metroliner Coach /Snack Bar EMU (Electric Multiple Unit) Car built in 1968. To ... (more)