Early E-60 action with no windshield grilles, as the 970 blows by the southbound platform at Aberdeen at 80 mph. The Penn Central Deepwater Green station signs were replaced by Amtrak about a yea... (more)
Pan view of an E-60, sans windshield grilles, streaking southbound as seen from the shoulder of Chelsea Road. The 183-ton 71-foot long giant was built by General Electric in March of 1976.
A formidable face to meet at a grade crossing- an E60CH at 80 mph. This train is southbound, photographed from the station platform using a 135 mm telephoto lens and Kodak TRI-X Pan film. No. 97... (more)
The Amtrak Clocker to Philadelphia heads west while a Conrail local from Trenton heads east. Clockers held that name since PRR days as they left at the top of the hour on their runs from NYC to Ph... (more)