In 1981, the Maryland Department of Transportation took delivery of five rebuilt F7A’s from Morrison-Knudsen. Four of the units were essentially in-kind rebuilds of the original configuration, bu... (more)
Built in 1966, this example is one of only eight unique units built for the anticipated Toronto Commuter service and initially wore CN paint. Named the GP40TC (Toronto Commuter), they eventually ... (more)
A very tired looking AEM-7 917 rolls into Union Station with a Northeast Regional near the end of its long and able service life. The Sprinters are on the way.
Train Meetings. As a Metro train departing NoMa-Gallaudet U station meets one heading into the station, an Amtrak train heads into Union Station while a MARC unit awaits its next assignmen... (more)
Busy Day! There's a lot going on at Union Station today. The Metro heads out from NoMa-Gallaudet U toward Union Station. Several MARC units wait around the depot area as another MARC train ... (more)
Headed South. With the U.S. Capitol in the background on a very, very cold day in the nation's capital, Amtrak 95 heads out of town almost exactly on schedule.
The northbound Crescent heads over the Potomac River after passing Reagan National Airport on its way into Washington DC. Trees are in bloom and spring is already in the air.
The business end of and AEM-7
The new workhorses of the Northeast Corridor, Siemens' ACS-64 locomotives, rest at Washington Union Station in this early March 2017 view.
As seen from Washington Union Station's track No. 30, a quartet of Siemens-built ACS-64 locomotives rest in-between passenger trains on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor.
Twins rest after completing their run from the north.
MARC power stands ready for their return trips north.
The lone ranger red nosed Geep along with a rather rare HHP share a platform.
Newer MARC power sandwiches a veteran.
VRE passenger train passes through downtown Washington DC with US Capitol in the background.