An inbound train negotiates the many switches of Washington Terminal on it's last mile of track before the end of the line.
A Western Maryland GP40-2 leads an eastbound train through Washington, DC. This is taken in the vicinity of the Metro Rhode Island Avenue-Brentwood station.
In the spring of 2000, I was on a class trip in which we visited Union Station to eat dinner. I couldn't pass up the opportunity to take some snapshots of one of Amtrak's busiest terminals.
Wearing its new Chessie System colors, Baltimore & Ohio passenger GP9 6607 leads an evening rush hour commuter train out of Washington Union Station. Leased Amtrak coaches make up the consist.
Forty years ago the Washington Terminal Company employed this ex-PRR MP54 MU to shuttle employees the mile or so between Washington Union Station and the Ivy City engine terminal and coach yard. H... (more)
The 792 shoves Dome Lounge 10031 onto the rear of the Cardinal for a fall foliage revenue run to Chicago as part of a Route Performance Improvement initiative implemented for the fall of 2011. Thi... (more)
AEM-7ACs 942 and 928 seen deadheading to TTCI in Pueblo, CO on train 29, departing WAS.
Acela on the upper level and a P42 on the lower level shows the difference in elevation between the two tiers of Washington Union Terminal.
Former Metroliner turned "Michigan Coach," is now a Catenary Measurement Car.
Two Acela trains stand at the ready.
Crew members make final preparation on the Martina McBride charter train prior to its cross-country journey.
CSX intermodal train Q310 is seen crossing over the Washington Channel where it connects to the Tidal Basin by the Washington Monument. The train is about to cross over the Potomac River into Vir... (more)
The #newAcela heads to the yard.
A young railfan takes a close look at the "Spirit of Pete Grosso" decal and probably wonders who that person was. Hopefully he's seen my other images and back story on how this unit came... (more)