Disappearing Keystone: ACS-64 #620 is partially obscured by the snow as it shoves Amtrak's Keystone Service Train #664 through Metropark Station on a snowy Super Bowl Sunday ... (more)
All Hands on Deck: With the extra passenger traffic around Thanksgiving, Amtrak pressed as many available cars into service as possible. This led to the unusual placement of an extra cab ... (more)
ACS-64 #643 shoves a Keystone Service train past NJ Transit's Edison Station en route to New York. With the Sunday after Thanksgiving being such a busy travel day, this train is longer than usual... (more)
Side view of a mighty-mite 51-foot long AEM-7 wearing Amtrak's "minimalist" paint scheme, pausing at Middletown. By comparison, its predecessors, the E-60 and GG-1, were 71 feet and 79 f... (more)
A battered No. 920 is eastbound against the grain as it brakes Train 664 for a station stop at 9:42 a.m.
925 leans into the superelevated curve at Christiana as she blows by the old PRR freight house at speed with train 664.
Led by a converted Metroliner cab car, a Keystone flies past an abandoned building in Landisville on a crisp winter morning.
Amtrak electric service approaching Newcomer Road, one of several at-grade crossings along the Keystone Corridor in Lancaster County.
After years of absence, electric service has become a familiar sight once again along Amtrak's Keystone Corridor. This eastbound push-pull whisks through Lancaster County on a cold winter morning.... (more)