The morning Amtrak Cascades stops in Edmonds to pick up passengers heading to Vancouver, BC.
The marker on the Cedar Rapids parlor car leaves its trace as the train heads through the wash rack at 18th Street.
NPCUs 90219, built in 1976, and 90368, built in 1981, still bring back memories of their hey day in Phase III paint.
Lincoln Service #300 makes its early morning run through Wilmington, crossing the Kankakee River with Phase III NPCU 90222 in charge.
After stopping at the Summer Depot, The Hurricane train returns to the Winter Depot to unload the last of its passengers with ex-Amtrak F40PH number 32 on this end of the train. GP40-2 number 30... (more)
After being assigned to the Heartland Flyer for several years, the last Phase IV cab car heads south on a afternoon Hiawatha train.
Alaska RR's Glacier Discovery slowly rounds the wye at Portage, AK as it approaches the south switch of the wye.
The Cascades painted NPCU climbs into the Menomonee bridge.
An amber sunrise greets Amtrak's Pere Marquette as it rolls through New Richmond on this crisp fall morning.
300 files around the curve in Lemont passing a very attractive mural. I'm surprised my tripod didn't fall over when this guy came through at track speed.
North bound Heartland Flyer
Amtrak 90219 is the trailing engine on Train 352 as it departs from the Detroit Woodward Avenue station.
The dinner train making its Friday night run north.
The dinner train makes its turn around and will return to Fort Myers through the valley in the trees. The engineer just finished walking the train in this 30 second exposure.
Under the watchful eye of Old Glory, Amtrak Phase III NPCU leads the morning Lincoln Service 300 through Lemont, bound for the windy city.