On America’s 200th Birthday, Amtrak’s train 40, the eastbound Broadway Limited, departs downtown Chicago for Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, where the train will be split, with one section co... (more)
A somewhat overpowered Keystone Service #614 heads east. Note the #601 is outfitted with a Brecknell-Willis model 29500A high-speed pantograph, like most AEM7s used. It was the only E60 so equip... (more)
A John Maggio original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
Note the Brecknell-Willis model 29500A high-speed pantograph, which the AEM7s were equipped with. This was a rarity on E-60s. A John C. Benson original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
Amtrak 601 battles through the smoke of a just passed
BN E8. Only the steam at the rear end of the SDP40F is
produced from this engine
The ill-fated 601, not quite a year before it was wrecked in Port Richmond, Philadelphia, slowing to 90 mph for the Susquehanna River crossing.
Northbound "Silver Meteor"
I had some amazing opportunities to capture the last open air views of the Amtrak NEC in Manhattan during the construction of the Manhattan West project; which includes building two sky scrapers o... (more)
An Amtrak Cities Sprinter leads a regional train through Bristol, PA en route to Trenton, NJ.
A Northeast Regional prepares to continue south.
An Amtrak Cities Sprinter highballs "westbound" through the Newark International Airport while en route to Philadelphia and points south. No. 601 is the motor damaged in a derailment on ... (more)
An ACS-46 Sprint'n! A pan at 1/80th.