The 793 was completely rebuild a few years later into a genset switcher, still in use in Washington Terminal, and would be unrecognizable to most except for the trucks and number.
Three of a kind. VRE cab cars are lined up in the Ivy City Coach Yard.
Not all that long ago, AEM-7s were common around the NEC. 907 peeks out from the Ivy City shop.
Not one, but four Harry Potter Broadway Show wrapped Amtrak locomotives were announced today: https://media.amtrak.com/2023/04/amtrak-partners-with-harry-potter-and-the-cursed-child-broadway-show-... (more)
The new kid in town is outnumbered by P42s, but it won't be long before the tables are turned.
Fresh Veterans livery on a bright sunny day.
Parked perfectly in a pocket of sun.
DC Streetcar car no. 203 (United Streetcar model 100, 2013-2014) is seen crossing 3rd St NE as it switches onto the track to the Union Station terminal. The street... (more)
Amtrak 92 rolls out of Washington, DC.
Acela waiting for its next run up the corridor
Back in the early 1980s when I was at George Washington University, I discovered that on Sundays the parking lot for the GSA building on Virginia Avenue was left open and I could just park there a... (more)
Cross, SC to Grafton, WV empty coal hoppers pull away from the Washington Monument as they head north.
I135 pulls away from the Virginia Avenue Tunnels with a Portsmouth to Chicago train.