Prior to entering service, the Trainbus is parked next to a Willamette Valley consist laying over at Eugene in fall 1981. The van was in Eugene for publicity photos.
Trainbus was operated betwe... (more)
Conductor Manny is always pleasant, but he had an extra pep in his step on this day. After 30 years on the railroad this was his last trip, and he took time to bid farewell to his regulars. Happ... (more)
The interior of the Altoona Amtrak Station (which is a multi modal facility having a Greyhound ticket window across from the Amtrak ticket window, features a neat painting of various railroad powe... (more)
A new era. The interior of the first Viewliner II Diner to enter revenue service is a welcome, warm and contemporary atmosphere. These cars will ultimately replace the last of the Heritage... (more)
Behind the Scenes. Ann of the Amtrak Marketing Department scrutinizes photos on a computer screen inside the first Viewliner II Dining car to have entered revenue service. A major photo sh... (more)
The Amtrak station in Omaha is a well preserved classic example (with the exception of the missing arrow logo on the exterior) of the 1970s/1980s era Amtrak cookie cutter station design that helpe... (more)
Amtrak EMD NPCU No. 406 is wrapped for Amtrak’s new Winter Park Express passenger service to the ski resort and is used on the east end of the 8-car train. No. 406 sits in the siding at Fraser wai... (more)
The leafs are starting to finally turn in the southern part of NC as the warm glow of the last few minutes of sunlight reach through to barley touch the Amtrak Autumn Leaf special as it races nort... (more)
An Amtrak Conductor communicates how many cars there are left till the train comes to a complete stop at the station in Granby, Colorado on September 24, 2016. They'll load the coach-class passeng... (more)
An indoor-flying drone spies a unique view of the Beech Grove locomotive shops, featuring NPCU 90221 in "Salutes our Veterans" scheme, and one of the shop's remote controlled overhead cr... (more)
Power changes occur on the lower level of Washington Terminal, so seeing P42s and ACS-64s near each other is a common sight multiple times each day.
Close up of the Re-manufacture plate on the 946.
A perfectly matched Amtrak Cascades set rolls along Puget Sound.
The interior ceiling of the Talgo Bistro (or Cafe) car on this Amtrak Cascades train has a neat geographical mural of the region with accent lights. I wasn't able to see the inside of the newer Se... (more)
The last AEM-7AC to run a revenue mile, squares off with one of the newest ACS-64s on the toaster's last day in Washington DC.