Amtrak 603 on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg.
A Richard Louderback original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
A worm's eye view of the nearly 200-ton E-60 preserved at Strasburg. Built by GE in 1976 as Amtrak No. 964, it was later rebuilt and renumbered by Amtrak. They were an impressive sight when haul... (more)
An aging E60 in the yard of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. Hopefully it'll be restored in the future.
Forced Perspective: ACS-64 #603 leads Keystone Service Train 651 into Trenton as a distant Silverliner IV set proceeds east in the distance to turn after completing its run on SEPTA Trento... (more)
Northeast Regional train #150 northbound through the Westport station.
Train #43, the westbound Pennsylvanian, approaches Metropark Station on a Sunday morning.
ACS-64 #603 leads westbound Northeast Regional #127 past SEPTA's Levittown Station during a Tuesday evening rush hour.
603 has seen better days, but she's saved and sits in the company of other NEC machines like GG1s, a Metroliner and AEM-7.
An Amtrak train approaching a tunnel to Manhattan on its way to Penn Station.
A Sprinter heads out of NYP amid construction on the Manhattan West project.
Amtrak E-60 #603
From the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania's web site:
When Amtrak started operations on May 1, 1971, it initially relied on an inherited and aging fleet of G... (more)
"Regional at Wilmington" Amtrak Northeast Regional 132 departs Wilmington Station with ACS-64 #603 leading
The crew on the 603 give a wave as train 190 pulls out of Old Saybrook.
Passing a loaded oil train waiting to exit the Northeast Corridor