An Amfleet-equipped passenger train powered Amtrak AEM-7 electric locomotive No. 931 approaches the platforms of Elizabeth, New Jersey, headed west (south) on the Northeast Corridor on the afterno... (more)
Amtrak AEM-7 No. 902 rolls Amtrak train 190 over the Norwalk River Bridge, better known as the “Walk Bridge,” and past The Maritime Center at Norwalk, Connecticut, on April 12, 1991.
Amtrak's eastbound Pennsylvanian descends Slope, slowly passing ALTO Tower preparing to make its Altoona station stop.
One of Amtrak's two Bombardier LRC locomotives poses at South Station in Boston before departing for New Haven on train 153, the Beacon Hill. The year-long LRC lease did not lead to any US sales b... (more)
“And Lead Us Not Into Penn Station”An unidentified southbound, led by AMTK 922, arrives at Baltimore’s Pennsylvania Station.
Passing a lone Joshua Tree on a bright and snowy January 1988 day, Amtrak train 35, the now-discontinued Desert Wind, threads its way through Cajon Pass's Mormon Rocks area on its way from ... (more)
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)
An original Kodachrome slide from my collection; the photographer was not specified.
Note the AEM7-like Phase III paint and lettering on a 900-series E60CP. Also note the Brecknell-Willis high-speed pantograph that AEM7s were equipped with. A J. C. Smith original Kodachrome slid... (more)
The eastbound Broadway Limited travels through the valley of the Little Juniata River in Pennsylvania's autumn splendor.
The eastbound Broadway Limited rounds the curve along the Susquehanna River east of CP Cannon.
The #909 shows signs of the road, despite it having yet to reach 1 year of service at the time of this image. A Rich Lorntzen original Kodachrome slide from my collection.