Nearing Los Angeles, northbound Pacific Surfliner train #1573 sails through Commerce on BNSF's San Bernardino Subdivision with an ex-F40 NPCU "cabbage car" leading the way.
Double Double, Surfliner Style: Two NPCU cars and two Charger locomotives bookend Amtrak train 569 as it heads out of San Diego. The 90278 was at one time an F40PH locomotive. Now, it works... (more)
Catching the late afternoon light at Los Angeles Union Station, Amtrak's lower-level set and a standard double decker set rest at the bumpers.
Nearly 40 years since it was built, the shell of the ex-F40 that is the AMTK 90278 still looks sharp as it brings up the rear of this morning's Amtrak 568. In the background, a group of Metrolink'... (more)
The engineer throttles up out of Bellingham station as some waterfowl kick it in what's left during low tide.
Amtrak Cascades meets the M/V Kennicott, a ship that is part of the Alaska Marine Highway System.
Amtrak Cascade train 501 heads south to PDX, heading past the small BNSF Willbridge yard in North West Portland.
With his hand on the horn, the engineer of Amtrak's Cascades honks for a crossing along the UP Brooklyn Subdivision in the Willamette Valley.
Amtrak 90278 in PhaseV leading a NB Cascade toward Seattle.
Fresh out of the shops, one of the two latest NPCU's to be converted from powered F40s to depowered cab-control F40s. 278 does have an air compressor in the carbody to help with main reservoir iss... (more)
This NPCU seemed to be brand new, save for a ride into Chicago. I couldn't find it on any Amtrak roster. Thanks to comment below, it looks like conversion and repainting was completed October 4t... (more)