Amtrak P091 stops at Kissimmee Station on a windy day.
There is certainly less variety at Amtrak's Race Street Engine Facility these days, compared to years past. ACS-64s, GP15Ds and a single P42AC occupy a scene that otherwise hasn't changed all tha... (more)
A typical collection of mid-90s Amtrak equipment gathers at the Race Street Engine Facility in May 1993. Included are AEM-7s, E60MAs, F40PHs and orange GP9s. One NJ Transit GP40FH-2 adds some va... (more)
The endless blandness of of a snowless winter. Amtrak 239 (P32AC-DM 702, Phase III) passes under several of the bridges over the Empire Corridor on the afternoon of Wednesday, March 13, 2019. A la... (more)
ASEA Demonstrator X995 with a test extra at Trenton. The success of the Swedish RC4 motor on these tests would lead to the AEM7 a couple years later. A Walter Schopp original Kodachrome slide fr... (more)
Joseph H. Boardman, 1948 – 2019. Seen here in the cab of the historic steam locomotive Santa Fe 3751, Mr. Boardman enjoyed a few moments in the engineers seat while visiting the Amtrak facilities ... (more)
The Pennsylvanian flies down the mainline as the Juniata Valley RR 446 holds on the Long Industrial track for its short run to Lewistown.
The engineer waves as he brings the National Limited on its climb out of the Little Blue River Valley.
Amtrak #232 was built from components of the beleaguered SDP40F model; leading train #305, the "State House".
The last westbound Capitol of the day receives passengers at Davis.
Former UP GP9 AMTK 763 sits at Amtrak's former Santa Fe Redondo Jct facility in a unique paint scheme created by the roundhouse forces.
A pair of GE's lead Amtrak's Southwest Limited into Pasadena
A westbound Amtrak (Maple leaf?) departs the old Amtrak depot in East Syracuse which is now demolished. I believe the yard area is what was left of De Witt yard.