Amtrak Turboliners built by Rohr Industries---7 sets (14 power units numbered) 150-163. These sets were based at Rensselaer, N.Y., and used in the New York-Niagara Falls corridor. The New York-Bu... (more)
Amtrak's Rhor RTL Turboliner trainsets
These gas tubrine "Turboliners", of which a total of 7 were ordered, were delivered between 1976 and 1977. They were manufactured by Rohr Industries, and w... (more)
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.
A southbound Amtrak turbo set passes a northbound Metro North commuter train along the Hudson River.
The one and only RTL II Turboliner, was renumbered into a four digit number to avoid interfering with the P42 deliveries. It is seen during a layover in NY before heading back to Albany wearing t... (more)
When Amtrak brought the French Turboliners to Milwaukee all of us Milwaukee Road Enginemen that worked the C&M and Lacrosse Divisions went for training classes on the equipment. The 63 is pictured... (more)
When Amtrak brought the French Turboliners to Milwaukee all of us Milwaukee Road Enginemen that worked the C&M and Lacrosse Divisions went for training at the Milwaukee Depot on the equipment. On ... (more)