From the Amtrak Historical Society website: "Less well-known (then the X995) is X996, known at the time as the "French Fry". This locomotive's 1977 visit to the United States was m... (more)
Amtrak Siemens ACS-64 670 was the final unit of that order to be delivered. During the "Farewell To The AEM-7" excursion on June 18, 2016, the engine was displayed as part of a tour of t... (more)
Caked in dirt, its paint peeling, this AEM-7 has put in a lot of hours. Farewell.
An MPI GP15 and a GP38-H3 in for inspection at the Amtrak Wilmington Shops, taken on a guided tour with permission.
With its old pantograph removed (and sitting in the left foreground), Amtrak AEM7 909 is resting before having its pantograph replaced by the hard-working shop crew at Wilmington. With the AEM7's ... (more)
An array of power sits outside the Amtrak Wilmington shops getting ready to be inspected (a lot shorter of a line than at the DMV). From left to right: AMTK GP15 rebuild 576, MARC AEM7 4903, AMTK ... (more)
An Amtrak AEM7 and some HHP-8's are in the shop for inspection, including MARC HHP-8 4910. To the far right is AMTK GP38H-3 524. Photo taken with supervision and permission.
Amtrak Acela Power Car 2003 is down for its 10-year inspection with part of its nose taken off. All of the Acela sets will be inspected and several more coaches may be purchased if the station pla... (more)
Anyone know what happened to her nose?
Nearing the end: E-60's in the shop for removal from service.
Two bloody nose G's stored at Wilmington after being retired from service.
On the way to be scrapped