P305 accelerates out of it's stop at L'Enfant Plaza, carrying a trainload of commuters heading out of the nation's capital.
Yes it's trailing, but it's a good sky. MP36PH-3C 66 is named for Prince William Supervisor John Jenkins, a member of the VRE Board of Operations who passed away in 2015. On February 6, 2019, a fi... (more)
MP36 V66 shoves Manassas Line NB deadhead #336 towards Washington Union Station.
A Quartet of VRE trains on their lay over.
Four of a kind in the yard.
VRE laying over during the day in the Coach Yard.
At the NPS predicted blossom peak day, no blossoms were found near the HQ of the NPS. Due to colder weather, they would be delayed until early April. No delays however were to be found with VRE, a... (more)
Rolling out of our nations capitol, VRE Fredericksburg line train 301 has just departed L'Enfant Plaza as the Capitol building stands in line behind.
#329 & #331 are side by side at L'Enfant Plaza during the routinely congested rush hour.
On the way to Washington Union Station, by the dawn's early light.
VRE train 307 to Fredericksburg heads south across Neabsco Creek under the (almost0 Super/Blue moon
VRE passenger train passes through downtown Washington DC with US Capitol in the background.
VRE passenger train approaching Crystal City Station. The photo was taken in Long Bridge Park, a popular location for railfanning and plane spotting in Washington DC area.