A genset shoves a cut of Amfleet coaches towards Washington Union Station for an outbound train as they pass MARC and VRE equipment at Ivy City. Some infrastructure from the steam era can be seen ... (more)
The 559 and sister 558 were the last two active SSB1200s on the roster, still operating in 2007. These were Santa Fe rebuilds that were eventually traded for SDP40Fs, to give you an idea of their ... (more)
MARC still calls on these geeps for passenger duty, however the newer electric on the background has been put to pasture.
A Northeast Regional is inbound off the road into Washington Terminal.
Fresh paint for an unsung hero of the NEC.
6 in 1! Hard to do outside of a yard of station. In a rare instance, all 5 throat tracks of WUT are occupied, and even a WMATA Metro train is passing.
Built in 1966, this example is one of only eight unique units built for the anticipated Toronto Commuter service and initially wore CN paint. Named the GP40TC (Toronto Commuter), they eventually ... (more)
One of Washington Terminal's ALCO switchers and their employee shuttle electric MU rest between duties in the Washington Union Station.
This rare visitor surprised me when I passed through the station.
The Capitol Limited shoves out to the yard on a sunny winter evening with K Tower in the background.
The 940 is lined up to go across the diamond. K tower, seen between the MARC train and P42 (of the Capitol Limited), controls all movements in, out and within this station. Photo taken on RR pro... (more)
Waiting for the next run.