Near the end of their short tenure on Amtrak's Hartford/Springfield line, a pair of Budd SPV-2000 railcars cant into a curve south of Berlin, CT, on their way to a mainline connection at New Haven... (more)
The 2503 was a crew dorm that was converted from a former Santa Fe 10-6 Sleeper named Pine Hill.
Three of a kind... Former Metroliner equipment turned cab cars for Keystone Service in Penn Coach Yard. Note the different side doors and other variations.
After making a zig zag off the Nickle Sub, the Budd Car makes its run towards the downtown station
In 2015 I managed the employee store holiday sale. We used the 85999 and 10020, and here they were in place and ready for the day ahead.
The Budd RDC-4 railcar #9250 is making a brief stop at the Sudbury station during a nice day in May 1981. To my understanding, this railcar has been built only to haul mail and baggage and was not... (more)
The northbound Crescent travels over the James River on a steamy summer morning.
On June 9, 1966, the westbound train 19 "The Chief" arrives at Trinidad, Colorado behind F7A #21, F7A #327 and three F7B's. Photo from my collection. Photographer K. Crist.
Dallas Union Terminal in January 1964. Santa Fe (ATSF) E8A #87 on train No.11 the Kansas Cityan, Rock Island (CRI&P) E6A #630 on train No.17 the Twin Star Rocket, and the Colorado & Southern E5A ... (more)
For the first time in many years, Santa Fe 92 is up and running. Here it is pulling the Nebraska Zephyr east of Union.
C&O's famous streamlined steamer, number 490 "The Hudson", sits on display in the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore Maryland today. The 490 once pulled passenger tr... (more)
An Amtrak crosses the Rappahannock River Bridge and approaches the Fredericksburg VRE station on a hot summer morning.
The then-relatively-new maintenance facility provides a modern and weather-protected environment for overhaul work.
The Last One? I spotted the 8510, built in 1948 for the CB&Q, in Hialeah apparently getting some wheel or truck work. Heritage Diners haven't run in service in many months, and this may have been ... (more)