The Rohr RTLIII Turboliners were upgraded by Super Steel in Schenectady, NY in the early 2000s. Only three sets were completed, and I believe two saw limited service before the program was cancell... (more)
An RTL I Turboliner heads eastbound through Jordan, NY with an Empire Service train in the mid to early 1990s. Year is a guess.
As seen from the top of Breakneck Ridge north of Cold Spring, NY, an Amtrak Turboliner races up the Hudson Valley towards Albany. I later learned that the rock formation on which I was innocently ... (more)
Six years after Amtrak concluded an unsuccessful evaluation of Bombardier's LRC equipment, a VIA LRC set showed up in Boston's South station as part of a high speed rail demonstration sponsored by... (more)
On its way down the Hudson Line from Albany to Grand Central Terminal on a late fall day, a Rohr Turboliner glides out of the short tunnel at Garrison, NY. The old NYC milepost says it's 50 miles ... (more)
Today's Amtrak 317, The Hoosier State, consists of a Turboliner which is seen crossing the South Shore and N&W as it works its way along the former Pennsylvania Railroad's SC&S. Tom Golden photo.
1976 four turbotrains from France ANF with turbomeca turbines were introduced between Tehran Mashhad with 160 km/h (99 mph) speed (at that time max commercial non high speed in rail) with U33 rail... (more)
Here's a 1991 photo of one of the Rohr RTL Turboliners that was recently pulled out of storage by Amtrak for training purposes. No. 162 is now in a version of the Phase V paint scheme, and has be... (more)
An aerial view as Amtrak 575 (GP15, 12/2004) will be the trailing power on the way up the NECL. The Turbo train makes its away across Cooch's Field in Newark, DE.
Amtrak 526 (GP38H-3, ex Amtrak 198, exx- Go Transit 506/9806, nee CN 606, 12/1966) leads the Turbo consist across Cooch's Field in Newark, DE on Thursday, January, 26, 2018. They will stop at the ... (more)
An Amtrak Turboliner crosses over at Lake in Milwaukee, WI with train #326 in November of 1976. Bob Bullermann photo from my collection.
BELFORT AUX ALSTHOMMES
This is the first prototype of all TGVs, it was built in Belfort in 1972 by Alsthom - as it was then called, with an "H". And it was also a turbotrain. The p... (more)
SNCF T 2067 waiting for the next trip in Dives-Cabourg.