The 828, 901 and an unknown HHP make for an odd mix.
Amtrak’s Capitol Limited crosses the Potomac River and slows for a stop at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, on a bright April 24, 1996.
A week away from Amtrak ownership, this red, white and blue Metroliner hustles on the Penn Central high iron.
The eastbound Sunset Limited makes a station stop at Pensacola.
The California Zephyr blasts past the depot in Galva. The depot has since been razed.
Amtrak P40 828 and P42 16 display the differences in their as-delivered schemes (faded stripe vs. solid stripe) as the head from the depot to the diesel facility.