With COVID-19, it's hard to remember when commuter trains were regularly jam packed, but this photo from a couple of years ago reminds of what life was like. Everyone tuned into their device or b... (more)
The westbound Capitol Limited, with a shortened-due-to- COVID-19 consist rolls into Harpers Ferry.
A road train does some switching at the DeWitt yard with a UP unit tucked in the middle and a GP40-2 third out.
Eastbound mixed freight.
F40 244 gallops along at 79mph with the eastbound Maple Leaf as the sun's golden rays illuminates the scene.
Gotta love those huge fuel tanks.
Long gone are the days of seeing four axle EMD power regularly on intermodal trains, and long gone are the days of Conrail. What's normal today will someday be cherished as the good old days.
The Lake Shore Limited heads through East Syracuse.
Two NYS&W units are seen from the platform of the old East Syracuse station.
The 4014 is heading east out of Dewitt yard as a GP40-2 blasts by in the opposite direction on a fine fall afternoon along Saintsville Road
F40 300 is coupled to an SSB1200 in the yard.
Westbound heading through Lyons, NY on a cold but sunny afternoon.
The last of it's kind, the highest numbered dual mode leads an Empire Service train at the old station in East Syracuse, NY.
In the spring of 2000, I was on a class trip in which we visited Union Station to eat dinner. I couldn't pass up the opportunity to take some snapshots of one of Amtrak's busiest terminals.
FL9s 489 and 486 are at the Rensselaer Maintenance Facility, as viewed from the Lake Shore Limited, circa 1996.