A perfectly dead-on head-on shot of Washington Union Station on a still summer day with no traffic in the way.
Even though the Southern Railway is gone, putting your name in the facade ensures it will live on for quite awhile. Amtrak's Piedmont, Carolinian and Crescent now use this station.
Heading out of town during blue hour.
Chicago Union Station on a cold night.
Some fall color still hanging on.
A mix of power is resting at Penn Coach Yard in Philadelphia.
Two brand new and very clean Phase IV Amtrak Express Box Cars bring up the rear of the Lake Shore Limited at the old East Syracuse station. These cars did not have HEP pass through capability and... (more)
The 945 still had over a decade of service left before retirement, and is now preserved at IRM. The 610 was still on the active roster at the time, but already made its last revenue run months pri... (more)
While technically still on the active roster at the time of the photo, this unit would never make another revenue run. It was officially retired 10/27/03.
A once familiar face on Empire Service trains, this unit was used as protect and work train power after its days of revenue service were over. I believe the 485 is owned by the Morristown & Erie,... (more)
The Pere Marquette rests among the rising steam of Chicago Union Station after battling on its journey into the windy city.
One of the original Viewliner prototypes, which happens to be the last passenger car shell manufactured by Budd, is now a theater/inspection car named "American View." It was originally... (more)
People come, people go... at Chicago Union Station on a cold winter's night.
A rare P40 is sticking out of the house on a cold winter evening.
The Chicago-based Veterans NPCU is among a variety of other power on this evening.