The Lakeshore blasts through the 2nd round of snow. Riley's Railhouse is a high end recommendation for a great place to stay and watch trains.
Street running meet: Amtrak 88 accelerates northbound on track two after a station stop in Ashland, VA as train 65 slows to a stop on track 3.
“Bridge to Yesteryear”The eastbound Pennsylvanian, Amtrak 42(27), dives under the cast-in-place concrete arch bridge that has carried Port Royal’s Market Street over the Pe... (more)
The Amtrak Pennsylvanian wastes no time as it rolls through Lilly, Pennsylvania on a brisk fall morning.
Operating as Amtrak trains 42 and 43, the Pennsylvanian is Amtrak’s daily pair of train... (more)
Amtrak's Pennsylvanian departs the station in Altoona, PA, passing underneath the 17th Street Bridge near Alto Tower.
Saturday Vermonter viewed from the John St overpass in Wallingford.
Amtrak's westbound Pennsylvanian is making up for lost time after a ten minute late arrival in Greensburg as is speeds under the PRR position lights at CP Rade in Grapeville, Pennsylvania. The day... (more)
Amtrak's eastbound Pennsylvanian knocks down the PT 211 signals at Barree shortly before they'd succumb to "progress."
Amtrak P42DC 116 was built by General Electric in September 1997. Twenty years later, it was found at the carrier's 16th Street Diesel Shop in downtown Chicago, Illinois. (September 26, 2017) <... (more)
Amtrak's eastbound Pennsylvanian passes beneath the former Pennsylvania Railroad signals at Summerhill.
Amtrak's Pennsylvanian departs the station in Johnstown heading west, passing under former Pennsylvania Railroad signals.
Departing Tyrone Station
The Eastbound Pennsylvanian departs Tyrone station a few minutes behind schedule as NS 537 waits for permission onto the Pittsburgh Line with their tra... (more)
Amtrak RS3 116 leads the wire train through North Elizabeth, NJ, on its way to or from a catenary maintenance job. Amtrak acquired 45 Penn Central RS3s of PRR, NYC, and NH ancestry in 1976 for yar... (more)
The Eastbound "Pennsylvanian" passes under the PRR signals at Summerhill. These signals will become a thing of the past once PTC is implemented.