Note the aged catenary maintenance equipment along the left side of the frame. A Reuben S. Brouse original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
Plenty of passengers pass by the 944, but not a one pays it any attention.
The 944 has a sister unit dead-in-tow as it slows its Northeast Regional, preparing to cross the 1906-built Susquehanna River Bridge.
Amtrak AEM-7 #944 leads a train southbound through Marcus Hook, PA.
Year-old No. 944 panned from Chelsea Road, northbound.
Here's a rather typical well lit 3/4 wedgie of train 20's (the Crescent) new locomotive heading to be coupled to its train.
Laying over between runs
Early morning Metroliner service train accelerates after traversing the bridge over the Susquehanna.
Slowing for the curve as it passes through the Amish farm country
They were worried that they would miss seeing the train.
Northeast Regional 170 runs through Rocky Neck, enroute to Boston.
In an exceptional spirit of cooperation between big, mean Amtrak and local bathers, a swimming platform has been tethered to the Susquehanna River Bridge!
Or maybe no one bothered to tell ...
Nice curve in Gap.
The last group of commuters on their way home from a southbound NJT train pay no attention to what's going on below their feet as Amtrak AEM-7 944 shoves a Keystone train northward on the local pl... (more)
An eastbound Keystone train passes through Metuchen Station en route to New York.