Amtrak heritage non-powered cab unit #406 is seen leading Downeaster train #694 over the Merrimack River Bridge in Haverhill, MA. The bridge was constructed in 1920 by the Boston & Maine Railroad ... (more)
NPCU 406 painted in the Amtrak Phase II paint and built from an EMD F40 brings up the markers on Train 683 (Downeaster) passing through Wilmington, MA in a snowstorm. This line is the former Bosto... (more)
The Westbound "Downeaster" splits the signals at Cross Road in Haverhill with the heritage cab car leading.
The 406 looks stately and sharp.
The 406 stands in front of the Hecht Warehouse in Ivy City.
Since the MBTA Green Line Extension project has been shutting down the Lowell Line on weekends, Amtrak must detour down the Western Route via Reading. Here, Amtrak 694 dips into the Wellington Tun... (more)
Amtrak "Downeaster" train 694 coasts westbound at Plaistow, NH before taking the switch onto the No. 2 track at CPF 273, seen just behind us.
In the crisp Saturday afternoon, the Amtrak "Downeaster" train 694 led by the Amtrak NPCU Heritage unit #406 crosses a bridge.
Leading a Boston bound Downeaster Set, the Amtrak NPCU Heritage unit 406 glides on though Cross Roads in southern Haverhill, MA.
The evening is cold and snowy as the Winter Park Ski Train, led by AMTK 406 (NPCU), pulls into the Winter Park station. It will pick up passengers that have spent the day skiing or snow tubing an... (more)
The engineer for Amtrak's Winter Park Ski Train climbs aboard and gets ready to head into the 6.2 mile-long Moffat Tunnel on the journey back to Denver's Union Station. Denver is the only major A... (more)
The afternoon "Downeaster" arrives in Boston with the heritage cab control car (painted to look like an F40 locomotive in Phase III paint).
A Full Amtrak has been shoved into the Museum of the American Railroad for the Amtrak exhibit train. No Amtrak service actually runs on the BNSF Madill Subdivision.
Amtrak Phase III NPCU 406 leads the eastbound Illinois Zephyr through Hinsdale.
Amtrak Phase III NPCU 406 leads the eastbound Carl Sandburg into Naperville.