Seen here, Amtrak's Southwest Chief splits a pair of intermediate semaphore signals located near Chapelle, NM as a thunderstorm brews overhead.
The intermediate semaphores of Bernal, New Mexico stand tall over the high desert as stars in the skies above give way to a powerful monsoonal storm.
Featuring an enthusiastic crew, they wave as their train, Amtrak's Southwest Chief splits a pair of intermediate semaphore signals.
Seen here, BNSF #4351 splits an intermediate set of semaphore signals as it leads Amtrak's Southwest Chief through Bernal, NM on a beautifully warm summer evening.
One of only a handful mainline semaphore signals throughout northern New Mexico stands guard over the small town of Bernal as the world heads into another day on the railorad.
Once again representing Phases III, IV, and V Amtrak's Southwest Chief splits the blades as it makes its way through Bernal, NM on a beautifully hot late Spring afternoon. Highlighted are only two... (more)
As a winter storm culminates overhead, Amtrak's Southwest Chief #3 is seen traversing Bernal, NM past an operational semaphore signal. These historic signals continue to withstand the test of time... (more)
Splitting the intermediate semaphore signals at Bernal, located just west of Chapelle, AMTK 181 charges west with the Southwest Chief as it climbs toward the summit of Glorieta Pass along the join... (more)
Amtrak's Southwest Chief clears the intermediate signal at Bernal on its journey to California.
The Southwest Chief knocks down the signal at MP 791.2 in Bernal at approx. 6200 ft. where it will continue its climb towards Glorietta at 7550 ft.
The eastbound Southwest Chief starts its negotiation of the famous Horseshoe Curves, between Albuquerque, N.M., and Las Vegas, N.M. Shot with 50MM lens, 200 speed film.
Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief negotiates the famous Horseshoe Curves, between Albuquerque, N.M., and Las Vegas, N.M. Shot with 80-200MM zoom lens, 200 speed film.