Close up of the Re-manufacture plate on the 946.
The last two AEM-7s sit in Ivy City before being hauled off to Wilmington that evening.
A manifest heads east towards Benning Yard, about to leave ex-PRR rails in favor of ex-B&O rails, having recently left ex-B&O rails. A beautiful day at this location!
Renovations on Washington Union Station were completed in spring of this year, which included the removal of the Center Cafe, making the space look exponentially larger.
An Acela slows down as it eases into its final stop at Washington Union Station. K Tower has been passed by Acelas and their predecessors many, many times, and still witnesses hundreds of movemen... (more)
The Capitol Limited brings the first Siemens Charger SC-44 onto the NEC, IDTX 4604, for testing. This unit will ultimately be based out of Chicago.
The last AEM-7AC to run a revenue mile, squares off with one of the newest ACS-64s on the toaster's last day in Washington DC.
This old Pennsylvania Railroad bridge has seen a lot of different equipment in its life. I'm not aware of another on the NEC with PRR markings visible like this.
2038 and two sisters in for some TLC.
Spring has sprung, the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, and Amtrak P42 123 is looking pretty clean. What more could a fella ask for? I challenged myself to come up with a "quintessential ... (more)
The K5LA horns on Amtrak ACS-64 Sprinters feature conical debris filters and heated back caps to prevent failure in the winter. Pretty tricked out!
The 207 prepares to bring the Cardinal south out of Washington DC.