Amtrak Heritage unit on the "Crescent" passing the historic Candy Factory opposite the Mansassas depot
The Phase III Heritage unit leads the Boston Section of the EB Lake Shore Limited down the Post Road Sub.
Amtrak’s “Heritage III” No. 145 is on the point of the eastbound California Zephyr on the afternoon of June 22, 2011. Having just left Plain and passed through Tunnel 1, the train is about to cros... (more)
The engineer opens the throttle on a very late running P030 as rolls off the connector and onto the old B&O Main line.
AMTK 145, the 40th Anniversary Phase III Heritage locomotive, proudly "struts her stuff" as she glides past the Arrow Box Factory at Leffingwell Avenue with the westbound "Missouri River Runner." ... (more)
Amtrak's Phase III heritage unit, AMTK 145, leads the second westbound Missouri River Runner towards Kansas City in the early afternoon light. In a half-mile, the train will make its stop a... (more)
Phase III Heritage Unit Amtrak 145 leads train 313, the Missouri River Runner, westward on its journey from St. Louis to Kansas City.
Amtrak 145, one of the phase III heritage units leads the inbound Silver Star across the Tampa Bypass Canal near Tampa, FL on it's way to it's Tampa station stop.
The Southwest Explorer south about to turn west on the TRE sub to Ft Worth.
"The Sun Shown Bright and Clear We all Left Washington" except unlike the Johnny Horton song, Amtrak 195 isn't going to lick the rebel boys in grey at the battle of bull run.
I was thrilled to ... (more)
Celebrity locomotive 145 leads 91 into a curve at 25 mph in Seville due to a short speed restriction. Wildflowers can be seen along the right of way as spring has sprung for sure.
Amtrak 145 leads 91 out of a 25 mph speed restriction in south Seville.
Amtrak 145 that I had the worst luck capturing last year finds it's way into my viewfinder again rolling right behind 53 in Seville.
Amtrak 145 leads 98 over the Rice Creek Bridge in Palatka, heading northbound for Jacksonville and points north. 145 had thwarted my attempts to photograph it for just over a year and I make up fo... (more)