"Toast at Cedar Hill"
AEM-7AC 946 and 7 other AEM-7ACs sit in Cedar Hill Yard after a long journey from Hudson Yard in New Jersey (and before that Wilmington, DE) The 8 locomotiv... (more)
"AEM-7AC Farewell Parade at State Street"
AEM-7AC 946 leads Amtrak Extra 520 with 7 other AEM-7ACs past State Street Station on Metro North's New Haven Line. The train is shoving... (more)
Seven retired Amtrak AEM-7s sit on track 10 in New York Penn Station during a crew change during their trip from Hudson Yard in Harrison, NJ, to Cedar Hill Yard in New Haven, CT. This gave railroa... (more)
"Leading from New Haven One Last Time"
AEM-7AC 946 prepares to lead Amtrak Extra 520 with 7 other AEM-7ACs out of New Haven Union Station on Metro North's New Haven Line. The train will sh... (more)
"Two Vintage Amtrak Icons, One Station"
Two vintage Amtrak icons in the same place. Which one will outlive the other? AEM-7AC 927 sits on the rear of Amtrak Extra 648 with 7 othe... (more)
"AEM-7AC Farewell Parade at West Haven"
Amtrak Extra 648 tows 8 AEM-7ACs east past West Haven on Metro North's New Haven Line. The train is heading to Cedar Hill where it will wa... (more)
"Toaster Farewell Parade at Metropark"
Amtrak AEM-7AC #905 leads a toaster parade west past Metropark Station on the Northeast Corridor... Or atleast that's what it appears at first glance... (more)
“And Lead Us Not Into Penn Station”An unidentified southbound, led by AMTK 922, arrives at Baltimore’s Pennsylvania Station.
Railroad Musuem of Pennsylvania's collection includes these two Northeast Corridor veterans. Amtrak 915 is a recently retired AEM7, while PRR 4800 is the original GGI, the only one that isn't stre... (more)
An original Kodachrome slide from my collection; the photographer was not specified.
It was very rare to see a triple-headed AEM7-powered train; in fact this is the first shot I have seen of that particular configuration. My guess is that one of those units is offline or part of ... (more)
Note the steam engine at the right of the frame. I would imagine that is a Strasburg unit. An original Kodachrome slide from my collection; the photographer was not specified.
The 936 negotiates the multiple double slip switches of Washington Terminal as it snakes its way into the station.