It must have been quite an experience to hang out the window of a G at any degree of speed. A Ray Slagle original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
An original Kodachrome slide from my collection; the photographer was not specified.
An Amtrak AEM-7 leads an eastbound "Keystone" through Paradise and past Leaman Place Junction. The track to the far left is Strasburg Railroad's connection to the mainline - note the freight cars... (more)
The National Limited is westbound by the crumbling platforms at E-town, led by a nearly 34-year old GG-1. This New York to Kansas City train was eventually discontinued during the Carter Administ... (more)
Side view of a mighty-mite 51-foot long AEM-7 wearing Amtrak's "minimalist" paint scheme, pausing at Middletown. By comparison, its predecessors, the E-60 and GG-1, were 71 feet and 79 f... (more)
A battered No. 920 is eastbound against the grain as it brakes Train 664 for a station stop at 9:42 a.m.
An AEM-7 leads a Florida-bound train south as a NJT train makes a station stop at Elizabeth.
Amtrak AEM-7 920 crossing Dock Bridge, and about to enter Newark Penn Station on the Northeast Corridor.
The changing of the guard. Amtrak's ownership of the NEC is less than two months old as GG-1s line up with the E60s bought to replace them. A yellow Ford Pinto with vinyl top stands guard. The wei... (more)
A regional kicks up a tidal wave of snow as it blasts south through the 24 inches of it on the ground.
#920 Boston to Richmond VA.
An AEM-7 blasts a Metroliner southward. These workhorses are now retired on Amtrak.
The SB Crescent, 20 miles into its 1377 mile journey and already running an hour late, negotiates the S-curves through the Metropark Station. Canon EOS 10D, email@example.com (ISO 100), ~350mm