10 years ago today, Amtrak posed all four of its 40th Anniversary heritage units for a family portrait on its birthday. How could Amtrak top that, especially given a worldwide pandemic thrown into... (more)
This photo was taken 40 years to the day from when the first Amtrak train operated. Heritage units painted by the Beech Grove shops displaying each of Amtrak's locomotive liveries were posed in th... (more)
Three years ago today. Amtrak 156 (P42DC) drew the lucky assignment of leading day two of the 18th Annual Capital Region Toys for Tots train on Sunday, Decemeber 3, 2017. During the first stop in ... (more)
Amtrak’s Phase I Heritage engine, P42DC 156, was painted to celebrate the carrier’s 40th Anniversary in 2011. After departing Los Angeles, AMTK 156, leading train 4, the now tri-weekly Southwe... (more)
Amtrak Train #4, the Southwest Chief is seen accelerating off the high desert and through West Winslow as the sun begins to rise. The phase 1 heritage unit #156 is leading the train. The 12,633 f... (more)
The Texas Eagle has departed St. Louis and crossed the Mississippi River into Illinois.
Amtrak heritage unit 156 leads the Texas Eagle South past the historic C&A depot in Lemont.
Amtrak's Coast Starlight, train number 14, is climbing the grade out of Los Angeles through Santa Susanna Pass. Leading train 14 today is Amtrak's P42DC heritage unit number 156. 156 is painted in... (more)
Slicing through the smoke filled air, which has blanketed most of the San Fernando Valley as multiple brush fires burn across Southern California, AMTK 156 leads this morning's northbound Coast... (more)
Amtrak Heritage unit #156 in Heritage I leads the California Zephyr at tunnel 1 and Coal Creek Canyon.
Amtrak 156 hustles east for Tuscon, AZ after running about 20-30 minutes late into Maricopa, AZ.
Amtrak #156 leads the Sunset Limited out of Tuscon, Arizona with a splash of color on the headend. The phase 1 "heritage" unit has the honors today as they get back onto schedule.
Sitting all alone, as if it was in "time out," at Washington DC's Union Station is P42DC 156, still wearing a version of Amtrak's first paint scheme in honor of the carrier's 40th Annive... (more)
It’s still strange to me seeing the Empire Builder stopping in Sturtevant, as the hiawathas stopped running because of covid. Even stranger is that BNSF didn’t mess this one up and it was even 3 m... (more)