New Haven was the maintenance base for many of Amtrak’s RS3’s. Here three of them idle in front of the former NYNH&H shops.
This was our first visit to Aberdeen, and the first train we saw, and it was disappointing at the time, because we had come to see the GG1s, E60s, and the Metroliners. Looking back, I'm glad I to... (more)
The westbound Southwest Chief climbs toward the summit of
28mm view of the Washington Section of the National Limited, with ex-PRR/PC 4924 on the head end. The 36-year old locomotive was built by PRR/GE in August, 1942, and renumbered to 919 when acquire... (more)
A close in view of Amtrak's southbound Vermonter train #55 that struck a rock slide this morning shortly after 10 am south of Northfield, Vermont, and derailed. The locomotive - P42 102 - and hea... (more)
Amtrak's southbound Vermonter train #55 struck a rock slide this morning shortly after 10 am south of Northfield, Vermont, and derailed. The locomotive and head car left the rails and traveled in... (more)
Southbound doubleheaded GG-1s stop traffic on Bel Air Avenue. The 919 was built in August, 1942, as PRR 4924.
A Northbound 1-car Alco-powered work extra, with a Penn Central caboose, heads toward Wilmington at high speed on the NEC. Photo date is approximate.
The westbound Pennsylvanian splits the MP 310 signals at Loyalhanna.
Amtrak's California Zephyr continues its journey west along the Colorado River after departing Glenwood Springs, CO on October 3, 2015.
The westbound "National Limited" passes the interlocking tower at the junction of the old PRR Main Line and the Atglen & Susquehanna Branch.
The Worlds Longest Passenger Train rolls out of Richmond in style down the I-195 corridor with a trio of units rolling out the exhaust after upgrading to a clear signal.
This profile of the 193 really shows how streeeetched these rare passenger diesels are. They ride on a SD40 frame, and have a shortened short hood to accommodate a separate HEP plant in the rear.
On a cool and stormy September night, Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief comes to a stop to do its station work at Flagstaff. The city of Flagstaff is one of the few towns in the United Stations t... (more)
The longest Empire Builder I've personally seen climbs through the Lake Park curves on a perfect summer morning behind four locomotives.