Former F40 Cab-Baggage cars have returned to the Hiawatha Service. An afternoon run heads south through the Kenosha County Village of Somers.
The CP roadmaster waits for Amtrak 338 to pass before erecting cautionary track boards Hiawatha corridor service trains are down to 4 per day.
The Pere Marquette rests among the rising steam of Chicago Union Station after battling on its journey into the windy city.
An employee climbs down from the cab of the Pere Marquette.
As the sun sets on another day along the ex-Southern Pacific coast line, AMTK 90229 leads the southbound Amtrak 1790 south toward Ventura as the train prepares to break away from the coast for the... (more)
The 90229 lays over in the yard with a single level set as planes are seen on approach to LAX in the night sky.
This is a Phase I body F40 to NPCU conversion and was the last to wear Phase IV paint. It has since been rebuilt and put into the Phase V scheme.
On an unseasonably warm November night, Amtrak's Pere Marquette waits for it's 6:00 AM departure. The Vernon J. Ehlers Station is just over a year old and a vast improvement over the old depot.
Amtrak train #507 pulls into Vancouver, Washington with its usual talgo set in haul.
Amtrak Phase V NPCU #90229 (formerly F40PH #229) leads the Comet Car set of San Joaquin train #712 out of the Martinez Amtrak station.
In 2012 I was still able to catch three different paint schemes in one shot, excluding heritage units.
P42s and NPCUs of a few flavors were out on this day.
The marker on the Cedar Rapids parlor car leaves its trace as the train heads through the wash rack at 18th Street.
After being assigned to the Heartland Flyer for several years, the last Phase IV cab car heads south on a afternoon Hiawatha train.
North bound Heartland Flyer