A Metra F40PHM-2 (notice how the cab is completely different (based on the F69PH-AC).
A rebuilt F40PH-2CAT.
A Tri-Rail EMD F40PHL-2 (notice how the cab is completely different).
A converted NPCU Amtrak F40PH (from their "Downeaster" train), which was originally one of the last F40PH units operable (visible hatch sidedoors for loading and unloading baggage cargo can be seen as evident in this photo).
A rebuilt EMD F40PH-3 (notice how the rear is different.)
An MBTA EMD F40PH-2C (notice the "wind-breakers" or "rock grilles" on the cab windows).
A former GO Transit Amtrak F40PH unit, which ironically was one of the last F40PH units ordered by the railroad before the GE Genesis made its debut.
Amtrak 406 with its 40th Anniversary Phase III scheme.
A unique photo opportunity: when Amtrak 406 led a special with another heritage unit to visit the Stratsburg Railroad, it posed with the rebuilt HK Porter 0-6-0T tank engine which was rebuilt into Thomas, as well as posing alongside No. 90 and No. 475 (No. 90 was photographed with the others after this photo was taken.)
Amtrak 406's cab during restoration.
Amtrak 406's banner.
A VIA Rail Canadian F40PH. (Many are in the process of being rebuilt.)
An Amtrak F40PH leading its predecessors in 1980; shortly before the two rear units in the consist were retired.
An Amtrak F40PH is preserved at The North Carolina Transportation Museum
A Metra F40PH No. 125 is hauling the Operation North Pole Train.