The first morning train southbound through Washington D.C. for Amtrak is Train 67. The nominal "Night Owl" on the rest of its route, it catches a fiery sunrise as it seen leaving L'Enfan... (more)
Yes it's trailing, but it's a good sky. MP36PH-3C 66 is named for Prince William Supervisor John Jenkins, a member of the VRE Board of Operations who passed away in 2015. On February 6, 2019, a fi... (more)
Party like it’s 1976! Phase III had just been introduced to Amtrak’s fleet and Phase II was very much still in evidence. But in truth this was on the night of Sunday, February 3, 2019 at Washingto... (more)
A Capitol Morning. Later in the day on Tuesday, February 5, 2019, the President of the United States would give the State Of The Union address at the United States Capitol Building in the backgrou... (more)
The SB Palmetto exits DC's urban core and heads for the Long Bridge to Virginia and points south. The building in the background is new, modestly altering this scene.
A perfectly dead-on head-on shot of Washington Union Station on a still summer day with no traffic in the way.
Q031 heads through Washington DC with a single GE leading a big cut of Tropicana reefers and intermodal traffic bound for Florida.
Amtrak 195 pulls south thru L'Enfant during a snow shower, with Phase II Heritage #130 on the point.
Amtrak 156 chugs down its final feet of CSX rails, as it prepares to turn out into Amtrak's 1st Street Tunnel (the southern entrance to Union Station) on it's a journey to New York. Snowstorms all... (more)
There's nothing quite like watching trains from another train!
A rare visitor to the east coast, Amtrak F59PHI 468 spent its life in the Pacific Northwest in Amtrak Cascades service. It came into town on the Capitol Limited and was destined for a brief tour o... (more)
34137 is one of three Superliner that were wrapped for the Winter Park Express 2018 season. The car is seen as part of the Capitol Limited in Washington DC.
The 599 is the 799 reborn as a Genset. Its K3LA horn is proudly perched above the headlight.
A rather interesting mix of equipment... MARC's newest (SC44) and their HHP electric sit next to visiting NCDOT heritage coaches.
A Quartet of VRE trains on their lay over.