An H. E. Brouse original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
A nearly new #925 with the 'Yankee Clipper'. A J. C. Smith Jr. original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
80 mph doubleheaded GG-1s 925 & 919 are about to give us a good spraying from their twenty-four 57" driving wheels on a rainy Saturday in 1977.
Bygone days on the NEC- wood ties, GG1-powered passenger trains of heritage cars, and rubberized grade crossings.
Doubleheaded GG-1s are wheeling what looks to be the southbound Silver Meteor or Champion, due in Baltimore just after 6:00 and 7:00 p.m., respectively. (See comments section for further discussi... (more)
A 3-car Washington Section of the National Limited passes through Lancaster's station without stopping. The train was split in Harrisburg, and Lancaster was served by the New York Section, Train ... (more)
The 925 is westbound by Park Tower, heading to Harrisburg. A short distance west of this location, the two center freight tracks ducked under the far passenger track, with the two passenger track... (more)
Time is running out for Amtrak's AEM-7s, but for now it's business as usual for 925, as it leads a southbound through Rahway.
A remanufactured AEM-7AC leads train 653 west (south) from New York City to Harrisburg, PA on a beautiful spring evening. The days of AEM-7s on the NEC are numbered with some of the worst perform... (more)
Three for the price of one.
A Washington D.C. bound passenger train speeds past the closed tower at Landover on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor.
After a fast run down the NEC, 925 awaits its next assignment in Washington.
925 leans into the superelevated curve at Christiana as she blows by the old PRR freight house at speed with train 664.