I ran into the 668 as it was being delivered from the Siemens factory in California, and here it is in its natural habitat with siblings 608 and 660.
A MARC HHP sits near a batch of freshly trued Amfleet wheels.
VRE laying over during the day in the Coach Yard.
An Acela and duo of P42s move about the yard under the old B&O bridge.
A trio likely never to be seen together again. AEM-7 909, ACS-64 623 and HHP-8 651 are shuffled around by SW1000r 792, representing three generations of Amtrak mainline electric power on t... (more)
The Baltimore connection for the "Capitol Limited" nearing Washington Union Station
Pan shot of the only Amtrak yard engine of its type to have full size number boards.
A line of ACS-64's wait at the Ivy City Maintenance Facility.
Acela 2006 sits inside the High Speed Rail building at the Ivy City maintenance facility in Washington DC. This building was constructed just for working on these Acela trainsets - another buildin... (more)
Awaiting an evening call to duty
A harnessed Amtrak employee stands atop an ACS-64, changing the HVAC filter at the Ivy City Maintenance Facility.
The Washington section of Amtrak's "Broadway Limited", almost to its destination
For the second time since the AEM-7 farewell, the 642 and 42 (electric and diesel-electric) Veterans units are nose to nose. they were being worked up to run on the 2016 Autumn Express.
When you can smell the paint they're so new.
Back when these locomotives were still plentiful.