Late on a cold winter afternoon, a car knocker waits to make the connections as Amtrak E60CP 975 backs onto a Washington-bound corridor train at New Haven, replacing the F40 that brought the train... (more)
Amtrak E60CP 957 hustles a Washington-bound corridor train through the station at North Elizabeth, NJ. The E60s were only moderately successful from a design standpoint, but I always thought that ... (more)
Amtrak ACS-64 #614 leads Northeast Regional train 147 at Southport.
Limited Visibility: On a foggy Thursday morning, Acela Express Train 2100 prepares to overtake SEPTA Trenton Line Train 707 as Train 9728 departs in the distance.
Cardinal Cloaked in Red: The Cardinal, Train 51, approaches Metropark just before sunrise under a fittingly reddish morning sky on Friday, November 3, 2017.
Crowded Field at Princeton Junction: Power car #2014 leads Acela Express Train 2251 past a maintenance of way equipment and a single Arrow III car parked on opposite sides at Princeton Jun... (more)
Short Freight and Shortening Days at Edison: An earlier sunset during the fall season creates a brilliant glowing sky as a short Conrail Shared Assets freight train through Edison during t... (more)
The southbound Silver Meteor is passing a northbound NJ Transit train at the Elizabeth, N.J. station.
Metroliners on #4 pass a GG-1 powered freight with excess power on #3 that will soon leave the NEC at Lane Tower, pass under the #4 track flyover, and enter the PRR Waverly Yard complex.
Meeting Across the River: Acela Express Train 2170 and NJ Transit Train 3723 approach one another from opposite sides of the Raritan River, as viewed from New Brunswick Station.
Early Bird: The Cardinal, Train 51, passes NJ Transit Northeast Corridor Line Train 3708 under a colorful morning sky on Friday, October 6, 2017.
A Northeast Regional crosses the scenic Bush River on a perfect summer afternoon.
The northbound Silver Star rounds the curve near BWI.
When Amfleet equipment came to dominate the Northeast Corridor in the mid-1970s, Amtrak converted a number of baggage cars into HEP generators so that steam-era GG1s could handle the new equipment... (more)