Mid-80s AEM-7 action, as the northbound 910 and a ballast train are waiting for another northbound passenger train before proceeding.
"Double-Meats" lead a heavy train of Heritage equipment northbound over the Bush River Inlet on a windy late winter day. The bridge was designed by Joseph Baermann Strauss and features ... (more)
Mid-80s AEM-7 action, with the DC-bound 943 panned from Chelsea Road. Note the black pantographs.
It's a misty night in the heart of the Pennsylvania Railroad as the Broadway Limited makes its station stop in Altoona, Pa.
It's all silver and gray as Amtrak heads west over Rockville Bridge on a December day.
Amtrak's Empire Builder gets up to speed on the former Milwaukee Road mainline just south of Winona, MN. It will make a fast run to North La Crosse, WI, then head across the Badger state to Milwau... (more)
Amtrak's Blue Ridge from Washington DC to Martinsburg WV, the first non Northeast Corridor train to receive Amfleet cars is seen here shortly after leaving the capital as it heads through Forest G... (more)
Keystone Corridor action, 1987, with the 922 pulling four Heritage coaches up the grade out of the Chickies Creek Valley. Note the old PRR 152-lb jointed rail on both main tracks. The 922, built... (more)
Early AEM-7 action, at one of the bottlenecks on the NEC, where three tracks narrow to two, to cross the Bush River.
The westbound California Zephyr is about to enter the east portal of the Moffat Tunnel.
An Amtrak train, powered by AEM-7 939 (with mismatched numberboards), is seen at Washington DC's Union Station on October 11th, 1986.
Santa Fe's "Surf Line" wasn't called that for nothing!Amtrak San Diegan #576 skirts the Pacific Ocean on April 23rd, 1987 - a little early in the season, and San Clemente bea... (more)
A recently-renumbered E60C waits for its next assignment at Washington Union Station.
Outbound California Zephyr.
Amtrak eastbound "California Zephyr" train number six crossing Green River in Green River.