An eastbound Amtrak Keystone led by a cab car rounds the bend in Gap, Pennsylvania. Gap is located a few miles east of the historic Strasburg Rail Road and once had its own station. It is locate... (more)
A cab car leads a westbound Amtrak Keystone through Kinzers, PA, bound for Lancaster. The birds however, are headed south!
An Amtrak Keystone train traverses the "High Bridge" constructed by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1904. The 934 foot, 10 arch bridge carries the Main Line across the water gap cut by the Brandywin... (more)
Coatesville, Pennsylvania - "The Pittsburgh of the East"
Here we have what Coatesville might have looked like today, in the 21st century, had the industrial might of the Railroad: AmtrakLocomotive: Siemens ACS-64Location: Coatesville, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: N/ATrain ID: UnknownPhoto Date: October 18, 2020
Amtrak train 48 The Lake Shore Limited arriving East Syracuse Amtrak Station.
Amtrak's 1889 built Coatesville Station (former PRR) gets - a new nostalgic street lamp! And a rebuilt sidewalk, as well... Otherwise the station still sits vacant, pending dispositio... (more)
"Around the Loop One Last Time"
On November 29th, 2020, Amtrak's Switching Crew takes the Vermonter consist around the New Haven Yard Loop for last time in preparation for it's f... (more)
A westbound Amtrak "Pennsylvanian" ducks the surviving PRR era signal bridge passing what was once the Irishtown Road crossing. That crossing was removed in 2013, one of only 3 remainin... (more)
SEPTA commuter patrons go about their business as an eastbound Amtrak Keystone barrels through Ardmore, PA. The station was built in 1957 to replace the much larger and more elegant 1879 built st... (more)
A westbound Amtrak Keystone rustles up some fallen leaves as it rounds the bend at Wynnewood, PA. To the right in the background is the 1870 built station which now serves SEPTA commuter trains.
An Amfleet II Coach has been media blasted of its vinyl graphics in preparation for a fresh application. File this under "what Santa Fe would have looked like" if they hadn't abandoned p... (more)
The 828, 901 and an unknown HHP make for an odd mix.
Locomotive Graveyard. This was a wild scene not many get to witness. It reminded me of the part in Lion King where Simba and Nala wander off to the elephant grave yard. Carcasses of locom... (more)
TOAST! These former Amtrak AEM-7s were seen at the scrap yard, having been reduced into massive hunks of metal before being turned into razor blades.
An inbound train negotiates the many switches of Washington Terminal on it's last mile of track before the end of the line.