D&H PA1 16 in MBTA service waits at Bostons's South station for a new job
Evening scene at Bostons South Station
A quiet moment at the station. (The backwards lettering that appears to be on the side of the engine is actually a "NO SOLICITING" sign painted onto the far side of the glass door.)
Amtrak's F40PH with some Amfleet cars arrives Boston's South Station
Amtrak's F40PH 209 shows the protection grills against vandalism, typical for this years in the RR scene
A boy contemplates his waiting time. Or perhaps he is dreaming about all the places he could go? (He should instead go out the door and take a look at that Acela peeking through the window, if his... (more)
Amtrak's E8A 435 looks like a proud warrior with it's protection grills against vandalism.
D&H PA1 16 idles beside the main tracks of Boston's South Station
ALCO PA1 No. 17 arrives Boston's South Station at evening.
D&H (ex ATSF) PA1 19 in MBTA service
D&H's (ex ATSF) PA1 19 and sisters in MBTA service
Two of the ex-NH "Roger Williams" Budd cars pass under signal bridge No.9 heading into South Station
One of the five Amtrak E units to get HEP leads an Amfleet train under the semaphores on Signal Bridge No. 7.