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Amfleet's New Look

Over more than four decades, the Amfleet cars have sported a variety of interior decor in keeping with design trends.

Amfleet's New Look

Completing the Northeast Corridor

With the opening of the Hell Gate Bridge over the East River in April 1917, Washington, D.C., and Boston were finally connected by an all-rail route passing through New York City – what we today call the Northeast Corridor.

Completing the Northeast Corridor

Coming Into Focus

The knowledge of colleagues and the general public is oftentimes the key to determining unknown trains and locales shown in archival images.

Coming Into Focus

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Refreshing the Amfleet

First introduced into service in 1975, Amtrak's Amfleet I cars are undergoing a major overhaul program designed to create a more comfortable customer experience.

Celebrating the Hell Gate Bridge Centennial

Regularly scheduled passenger rail service over the famed Hell Gate Bridge began on April 1, 1917; today more than 40 Amtrak and freight trains cross the bridge every day.

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