All kinds of things are to be found inside of Amtrak's Wilmington Electric Shop. Taken with permission on the property during the farewell to the AEM-7 Excursion.
splitting the N&W CPL's at Lithia
NJT 4203 ducks under the signal bridge at Hollywood Ave as two signals give clear indications going eastbound
MNCR 4905 leads NJT #61 west at Hollywood Ave. on a warm spring evening
CSX Q434 heads south on the River Line, with the Bear Mountain Bridge looming in the background
425 storms upgrade through Tamaqua, PA
The Sunday during Railfest 2015, excursions were running to Moscow pulled by a D-L RS-3. As you can see, it put on quite a show as it accelerated out of the station heading east.
Close to retirement, a battered and beaten AEM-7 speeds past Edison as it passes a train led by its replacement, the ACS-64
Conductor and engineer exchange times before highballing to points west.
The 765 eases through the Steamtown yard on its way to get coal and to couple to its train and head to the Water Gap.
Q301 rounds the curve at Newmarket St. and Prospect Ave. on a humid summer day
An ST GP40 basks in the late spring sunset
A common scene that happens on the Hudson Line below Croton Harmon, a set of M7's is being slowly overtaken by a southbound Empire Service train en route to Penn Station.
After 42R shoves into the interchange track for RJ Corman, NS 10A, led by SD40E's, comes east followed by a helper set of SD40E's making for an interesting rolling meet.