Both Amtrak Veterans units together during the "Farewell to the AEM-7" excursion train's stop at the Wilmington shops
On display during the "Farewell to the AEM-7" excursion at Amtrak's Wilmington, Delaware shops
The Sounder of SilenceA set of Sounder equipment, with F59PHI for power, is serviced in Seattle, Washington, on January 19, 2017. Sounder commuter trains are maintained at the Amtr... (more)
Fatal Bumps and Bruises?Sitting forlornly outside Amtrak's Beech Grove Shops is P42DC 66, damaged in a wreck involving a semi truck on February 19, 2016. This engine, wearing the ca... (more)
At dusk, an engineer backs a pair of P42s into the wheel truing facility.
Spotted this critter at Beech Grove on the way back from Summer Rail. Anyone know what type of center cab this is?
The world's greatest railroad observation car, Milwaukee Road "Cedar Rapids," gets ready to take a bath at the Amtrak shops in Chicago. The train is returning to home base Minneapolis flush from s... (more)
Old Rivets, the prototype GG1 and only CR GG1 to get the blue paint on display at Wilmington.
On display after being painted in honor of its Pennsylvania Railroad heritage.
Switcher sitting on shop tracks
E8 #205 (ex-B&O) and #311 (ex-PRR) are among the engines at the Amtrak shops in Chicago.
Overhead view of 521 and some other MOW equipment, with 524's horn and strobes visible in the foreground.
View of the engineer's side walkway of 525, taken from sister unit 524. Both are on their way to be rebuilt as GP38H-3s.
View from inside the very spartan cab of 522.
The 180 sits inside the shop awaiting service on this cold winter day.