Amtrak lite power heads to the yard past K Tower.
Three of a kind.
The Washington Terminal heritage unit pulls the American View Theater Car and Corridor Clipper Amfleet I geometry car out.
A young railfan wearing his ACS-64 shirt from the Amtrak Online Store gets a wave from Conductor Mike R., and points to his mother to show her.
A bedroom in brand new Viewliner II Sleeper "Rapidan River" shows some planned enhancements to the Sleeping car experience.
Brand new Viewliner II Sleeper "Rapidan River" is in the spotlight at WAS. This is the first new order of Sleeping cars to arrive in the US in over 20 years. Viewliner II Sleepers featur... (more)
The 936 negotiates the multiple double slip switches of Washington Terminal as it snakes its way into the station.
Taking a breather after a trip down the corridor as passengers head down the platform and into the station.
910 has been scrapped, but many of its parts were sold by Amtrak on eBay so it could live on through fans.
A first look at Viewliner II Sleeper "Rapidan River" shows off a fresh new interior color palette and furnishings. New trains aren't something that happen too often, and these represent ... (more)
A yellow line and a green line train make their stops at Archives/Navy Memorial on their way to Reagan Airport and Greenbelt respectively. The high vaulted, waffled, symmetrical ceilings of the do... (more)
The 406 looks stately and sharp.
The 406 stands in front of the Hecht Warehouse in Ivy City.
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.
A Don Jilson original Kodachrome slide from my collection.