An Amtrak train, powered by AEM-7 939 (with mismatched numberboards), is seen at Washington DC's Union Station on October 11th, 1986.
Another trip complete, tens of thousands yet to come?
Resting after a trip from the big apple before going to the yard.
Inbound with the 916, the first AEM-7 to become an AEM-7AC.
Southbound Amtrak train approaching DC Union Station
The New River train is made up and pulls off the yard to deadhead to WV. The entire train doesn't fit into the scene with its numerous Amfleet and private cars. Photo taken on RR property with P... (more)
Amtrak 653 approaching its destination in Washington, DC passing by K Tower while working through a maze of tracks and catenary.
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)
The 3:15AM departure is prepared for its early morning trip up the corridor as the engineer tests the bell and strobe lights on this AEM-7AC.
A Northeast Regional pulls into Washington and goes over the diamond. Photo taken on RR property with permission.
It's around 3AM, all is quiet, and train 150 (right) sits along side a sister regional train. This train is the first departure of the day out of Washington. The Terminal takes on an entirely di... (more)
The Vermonter rests in Union Station after discharging all passengers before being brought to the yard.
A rare view of the nation's capital shows the south portal leading to the last stretch of Amtrak owned and controlled track before crossing into CSX territory.
Spring time in the nation's capital.
The 156 brightens up the terminal on a drizzly day.