Forty years ago the Washington Terminal Company employed this ex-PRR MP54 MU to shuttle employees the mile or so between Washington Union Station and the Ivy City engine terminal and coach yard. H... (more)
1945 Washington Terminal RS1 number 48 sits on a weed-grown siding at the Solite aggregates plant in Sealston, Virginia.
Former Amtrak #738, still in Washington Terminal heritage colors (just like the day it left Amtrak), seen working as a switcher at the original St. Louis terminal. A portion of original platform ... (more)
I shot the Washington Terminal RS-1 switching the Union Station while I waited for a train to Roanoke.
One of Washington Terminal's ALCO switchers and their employee shuttle electric MU rest between duties in the Washington Union Station.
This old Alco was built in 1950 for the Washington Terminal. After ceasing operations for them, it was brought here to Possum Point to shuffle coal cars around, and after this plant converted to g... (more)
K Tower at dusk, July 1995.
Amtrak Train Director Rich Hafer at the model board at K Tower as the clock approaches midnight.
I was leaving Washington Union Station with a bad cold and no train shots. Then this bold little RS-1 showed up still switching after all these years. So I did photograph the cathedrals of democra... (more)
Washington Terminal RS-1 #59 nice and clean on display during Amtrak's tenth anniversary celebration. May 1981
A grand station waiting for a grand departure
Locomotive leasing firm RRPX has purchased Amtrak's Washington Terminal livery SW1 738, along with SW1 742. The 738 is shown in storage on the Morristown & Erie Railway.