910 has been scrapped, but many of its parts were sold by Amtrak on eBay so it could live on through fans.
Amtrak AEM7 #910 with FL9 #489. A Bill Myers original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
Note the Metroliner in the distance along the right side of the frame. An H. E. Brouse original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
Consecutively numbered toasters 910 and 911 lead this northbound Regional over the river.
Mid-80s AEM-7 action, as the northbound 910 and a ballast train are waiting for another northbound passenger train before proceeding.
The 910, stripped of useful parts including horns, number boards, light fixtures and many internal components, this locomotive is now ready for the scrappers torch. Many parts from this unit were... (more)
Amtrak is working to perfect hovercar technology for 2015...or 910 is in the shop for an overhaul. Resting on jacks while her trucks are rebuilt, and new wheels installed. Hard to believe just 3 s... (more)
A westbound Keystone Express with Heritage coaches glides by the unique Gap town clock, rounding the big 4-degree curve at 50 mph. The old PRR Main Line passes through Mine Ridge's 560' summit he... (more)
A Phillies Baseball Special is ready to depart from behind the old JFK (Municipal) Stadium, in the shadow of I-95. This was a doubleheaded GG1-powered all-Amfleet train from Harrisburg. Most bas... (more)
Probably the easiest assignment of all-time for a GG-1 was the 1-car Washington Section of the National Limited. This train was a bit elusive, running Mon-Wed-Fri, leaving Washington at 12:30 p.m... (more)
Passengers scurry past a good looking AEM-7. Many parts from this unit were saved and auctioned by Amtrak on eBay.
The 910 rounds the bend into BWI.
Work was underway to build a city block atop of the railroad in Manhattan as part of the Manhattan West project. This shot is impossible today as the area is now completely covered over.
Golden hour toaster.
The 910 brings a Northeast Regional in during golden hour.