Three of a kind ...but two are remanufactured AEM-7ACs and the one in the middle is a factory original - can you spot the differences? These engines are attached to their respective trains... (more)
Drop top? Looking more like a convertible, Amtrak 951 with roof panels removed provides daylight to the rarely seen machine room. Components have been harvested as the unit is dismantled ... (more)
A quartet of toasters are on the pit. A sight you won't see again here.
Four of Amtrak's AEM-7 Electric locomotives sit on a hot Summer day in the Ivy City Shop yard. These are being replaced by the new Railroad: AmtrakLocomotive: ASEA AEM-7Location: District of Columbia, USALocomotive #: AMTK 951Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: Unknown
Ready for duty in Sunnyside yard.
A quartet of Amtrak's veteran AEM-7 locomotives bask in the afternoon humidity outside of the Ivy City locomotive complex along the Northeast Corridor. The AEM-7's, which have provided reliable se... (more)
A string of 4 AEM-7s sit under the pantograph at the Amtrak maintenance facility in Ivy City.
Old and new. New ties and ballast. Old ties cut along right of way. New E60 locomotive pulls old PRR P70 coach.
Under a maze of catenery, two AEM-7s pull into Union Station and past a tower to possibly await the arrival of train 80, which it will power.
AEM-7s 951/950 glide across Susquehanna River bridge southbound to DC.
951 in the Wilmington Yard