The uncommon pope creek coal train sneaks through during a break in the action.
Rolling into the station.
Amtrak regional racing towards DC. The AEM7's are now retired from Amtrak.
Amtrak #911 leads a train bound for warmer climes. This photo was used with my permission in a presentation on the floor to Congress to help make the point for investment in rolling stock.
An Acela blasts through Seabrook. A few traces of winter can be found on the ROW.
Southbound Acela heading to Washington.
Southbound Crescent at Seabrook, Maryland
A full load of commuters heads north out of DC on a Friday evening. One of these bi-level trains can easily accommodate over 1000 passengers.
An Amtrak regional blasts south toward DC's Union Station, just 15 minutes down the line.
An Acela zooms south toward DC's Union Station on a sunny Friday afternoon.
Southbound MARC commuter train being pushed by a GP40WH-2. You haven't seen a Geep move until you've seen one blasting by at 90 MPH on the NEC.
The southbound Crescent passes through Seabrook, 15 minutes north of DC's Union Station, on a Thursday evening.
Southbound MARC express flies by the empty coal train at Seabrook
If only the ex-Conrail MACs were out there alone with the empty hoppers.
On a morning full of cancellations, 4910 was working overtime.