Ready. Set. Go. Metra's evening rushhour lineup sits near Amtrak's Chicago and Metra facility near downtown.
An afternoon Metra commuter is posed in front of the Chicago skyline in a typical spring day in the windy city.
Something that was so common for decades is now a thing of the past. A stout little locomotive that became the face of Metroliner and the majority of the conventional trains on the NEC had a numb... (more)
Santa and Mrs. Claus say Merry Christmas and wave farewell as the 2016 Capital Region Toys for Tots departs Rouses Point, NY. The Toys for Tots goal is to deliver, through a new toy at Christmas, ... (more)
SP-10 is suspended in the air off of its flatcar as it gets prepped from movement over to the panel track it will sit on where restoration will take place
Just minutes after a perfect winter sunrise, Amtrak's Empire Builder flies under an old wooden bridge east of Hawley with an unusual consist today. Of note is the second locomotive, AMTK 42, paint... (more)
Just over two hours late, VIA 14, a special holiday Ocean with a full HEP Budd set of cars departs Moncton on the outside track, as the switch was frozen. The train had to back out of the station... (more)
A southbound Keystone Service train meets a northbound NJ Transit train.
On Saturday, October 1, 2016, a train of 7 private varnish cars covered the MTA Metro-North Railroad Hudson Line for a special excursion. The New York Central Railroad Babbling Brook brings up the... (more)
The southbound Silver Star rolls over scenic Neabsco Creek on its way to Miami.
Late westbound Empire Builder at Maryhill, WA in the Columbia River Gorge.
Recently-rebuilt Metroliners head into the sunset, after slowing to switch onto No. 2 Track. Lead car No. 867 was one of twenty (Nos. 850-869) 60-seat snack-bar coaches built by Budd/GE as PRR Cl... (more)
After waiting in a siding for a westbound, this eastbound gains speed quickly enroute to South Bend about an hour after sunrise.
Amtrak 19 has just departed Newark and is rolling through North Elizabeth.
SOO 6000 waits in the siding in Milwaukee, WI for an Amtrak Hiawatha to pass in December of 1994. The Amtrak Metroliner was once PRR 822.