Amtrak GG-1 918 hustling the "National Limited" between Lancaster and Harrisburg on a cold Sunday afternoon in February of 1976. Maximum track speed on the old PRR main back then was 75 mph. No.... (more)
A pair of Amtrak AEM-7s hum southbound with a passenger train past the platforms of the station at Elizabeth, New Jersey, on the afternoon of May 21, 1993.
Mr. Brouse was out on a very brisk January evening in 1992. It was unusual to see two motors together on a 3-car Keystone Service train. An H. E. Brouse original Kodachrome slide from my collect... (more)
A George W. Hamlin original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
An original Kodachrome slide from my collection; the photographer as not specified.
A well-dressed courtly older gentleman waves from the station platform as a GG-1 hustles a 7-car train of heritage cars northbound.
The old platforms at the former PRR South Street station in Newark once offered a haven to watch and photograph the action under the wires, such as this view in 1985.
Meatball, Toaster, Mighty Mouse - lots of nick names for this type.
The 918 is hitting the old Reading & Columbia RR diamond at a mile-a-minute or better, on its way to the next stop at Lancaster. The diamond is long-gone, and the R&C is now a rail-trail, in part... (more)
Amtrak 918 leads a regional through Davis Interlocking, while flurries lower visibility.
The Crescent departs Washington DC after having a duo of P42s swapped for this AEM-7 to bring it up the corridor.
The Amtrak P-811 Track Laying Machine "Blue Team" is tied down on track 4 over the Raritan River Viaduct during rush hour on a Friday evening. As of this date, new concrete ties are in place betw... (more)
Storm clouds gather as a pair of Meatballs lead a southbound past the Perryville station.
A pair of "Meatballs" lead the southbound Silver Meteor thru Perryville.