A typical collection of mid-90s Amtrak equipment gathers at the Race Street Engine Facility in May 1993. Included are AEM-7s, E60MAs, F40PHs and orange GP9s. One NJ Transit GP40FH-2 adds some va... (more)
Late 1980s AEM-7 action on the Keystone Line, as an AEM-7 pauses at E-town with eastbound Heritage equipment. The low-level platforms were replaced by high-level platforms in 2009-2010, but the o... (more)
Consecutive Toasters Not all that long ago AEM-7s were dominant on the NEC, and two consecutive units were side-by-side in the Ivy City shops. Fast forward a few years and they're almost e... (more)
It's a beautiful summer day, the State Fair is in full swing, and this bloody nose GG1 is nicely lit.
Of all the GG1s that have been "saved" around the country, I believe this is the only one to wear the Amtrak Phase I scheme. This is a prototypical scheme for this unit, and is what it last wor... (more)
The sun tries hard to burn off thick fog as the Vermonter rolls into town.
A pair of Amtrak AEM-7's led by #926 roars through Crodyon, PA during a Winter blizzard while en route to Trenton, NJ and points north.
The Vermonter rests in the station before being taken to the yard.
An AEM-7 heads out to the yard for servicing. Photo taken on railroad property with protection and PPE.
An inbound Amtrak train arrives at Washington D.C.'s Union Station.
Amtrak GG-1 #926 on display at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, NY. For more pics & videos from my collection see my website at http://northamericabyrail.info/
The Vermonter rests in Union Station after discharging all passengers before being brought to the yard.
An Amtrak AEM-7 brings a triplet of Viewliners within it's 11 car consist over the Bush River Bridge in Maryland.
Modified RDC ATK 27 from New Haven's "Roger Williams" to left