A veteran AEM-7 leads an Amtrak Regional Express west through Bensalem, PA en route to Philadelphia's 30th Street Station.
Broadside View on the Corridor - Unit 919 from the now retired fleet of Amtrak AEM-7s is cruising south on the four-track rail corridor from Boston to Washington, D.C.
Amtrak AEM-7AC No. 919 with southbound "Northeast Regional" train No. 173 from Boston, MA to Washington, DC.
A pair of Amtrak AEM-7s are on the point of a westbound northeast regional in Bridgeport, CT. Only 919 is providing power for the train.
"Hello and goodbye." A Northeast Regional passes the Vermonter, both with AEM-7s. A year later these locomotives would all be retired.
"Double-Meats" lead a heavy train of Heritage equipment northbound over the Bush River Inlet on a windy late winter day. The bridge was designed by Joseph Baermann Strauss and features ... (more)
AEM-7 in a Blizzard
This will probably be the last winter season for the dwindling fleet of AEM-7s on Amtrak's roster. So it was very nice to see 919 leading Northeast Regional train ... (more)
Amtrak's active AEM-7s are getting harder to find being replaced by the ACS-64s. AEM-7 919, tows ACS-64 647, one of its eventual replacements through Elizabeth.
28mm view of the Washington Section of the National Limited, with ex-PRR/PC 4924 on the head end. The 36-year old locomotive was built by PRR/GE in August, 1942, and renumbered to 919 when acquire... (more)
Southbound doubleheaded GG-1s stop traffic on Bel Air Avenue. The 919 was built in August, 1942, as PRR 4924.
An Amtrak Regional Express wraps itself in a shroud of mist, the last remnants of a dwindling snow storm, as it whips through Elizabeth station en route to Newark and points north.
Amtrak 919 with a morning Northeast Regional at Metuchen.
One of the dwindling numbers of AEM-7s left in service leads the Southbound Crescent over the ice-choked Delaware River into Morrisville, PA