Amtrak Regional 125 is seen departing Washington DC with the United States Capital building looming in the background.
The #newAcela heads to the yard.
"Amtrak Avelia Liberty Departs Washington Union"
Amtrak's brand new Alstom Avelia Liberty (Acela 21) highspeed trainset departs Washington Union Station towards Ivy City Yard.
Arriving at Washington DC's Union Station is Amtrak train 176, one of the numerous Northeast Regional trains that haul the majority of Amtrak's passengers on the Northeast Corridor. Train ... (more)
Having Left Washington Union, GG1 927 accelerates northbound on the Northeast Corridor past the Ivy City Maintenance terminal with a heritage coach and Amfleet coaches.
The outbound Capitol Limited departs its namesake City as it heads under wire for a short distance before entering CSX rails.
Amtrak 29 deadheads from Ivy City to Washington Union Station as they enter the south end of the NEC for the short trip.
One of Amtrak's United Aircraft Turbotrains poses at Washington Union Station while working what had to be its strangest assignment, the Washington-Parkersburg (WV) Potomac Special over the B&O. T... (more)
910 has been scrapped, but many of its parts were sold by Amtrak on eBay so it could live on through fans.
The Washington section of Amtrak's "Broadway Limited", almost to its destination
This old Pennsylvania Railroad bridge has seen a lot of different equipment in its life. I'm not aware of another on the NEC with PRR markings visible like this.
Amtrak P42DC #122 and a less common B32-8WH #512 pull a northbound Silver Meteor through L'Enfant Plaza Station at 8:19 AM. The Washinton monument pokes above the rooftops.
As the sun sets, Amtrak 97, the silver meteor, megres on to CSX's RF&P subdivision at L'Enfant Plaza.
The Crescent gives passengers a nice scenic look at the Jefferson Memorial and Cherry Blossoms along the Tidal Basin before arriving at Union Station.
An Amtrak train, powered by AEM-7 939 (with mismatched numberboards), is seen at Washington DC's Union Station on October 11th, 1986.