It's a beautiful and warm Fall evening, right at rush hour. Union Station is alive with all sorts of arrivals and departures. Amtrak 80, the Carolinian, has arrived from the South, and her replace... (more)
An early morning Amtrak Regional Express sprints through Elizabeth, NJ passing a west bound fly-over track built by the Pennsylvania Railroad long ago. The "fly-over" allowed for Pennsy... (more)
Amtrak Keystone train no. 651 flies through Malvern doing every bit of track speed as it races towards Harrisburg.
A Harrisburg bound Amtrak Keystone barrels down the NEC at last light crossing over a series of high speed crossovers just shy of the Jersey Avenue station. Next stop, Trenton, NJ.
3 to 2 West at County
A Keystone service train crosses over from track 3 to 2 at County Interlocking during the windy aftermath of a winter storm. After hours of steady snowfall, the ... (more)
Amtrak's Keystone travels through the some of the many farms of Pennsylvania.
ACS-64 #632, leading Keystone Service train #653 towards Harrisburg, catches the little bit of light remaining at the end of the curve just east of Metropark Station as sunset nears.
An Amtrak Keystone Service train is pushed towards Philadelphia through the farmland of Lancaster County, Pa. The train is bound for Philadelphia and New York.
One of the many Northeast Regionals that come and go through New London is seen rolling by the waterfront and under the interlocking signals in downtown, ready to make its on-time arrival at Union... (more)
An eastbound Amtrak train speeds past the dog park in Morrisville, Pa. In just seconds it will cross the Delaware River into New Jersey and make its station stop at Trenton shortly thereafter.
With some snow from the north, an Amtrak Cities Sprinter, led by AMTK #632, races south (Amtrak west) through Edison, NJ leaving a plume of snow in its wake. Just above are the still surviving PR... (more)
After making the turn in Boston the 632 is headed west with train 175.
First time seeing the 632 was this morning in Old Saybrook.