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Photo ID: 632558

The station at Raton, NM, is a beautiful example of Spanish influence on the area. The station dates back to 1903 and is served today by the Southwest Chief.

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: station
Location: Raton, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September, 2017


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By: Matt Donnelly

Added: Oct 01, 2017

Views: 1,327
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Photo ID: 626238

A Roger Puta Photograph

Railroad: Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Locomotive: EMD F7(A)
Location: Raton, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: ATSF 301L
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: March, 1972


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By: Marty Bernard

Added: Aug 09, 2017

Views: 1,297
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Photo ID: 622007

Climbing out of the high desert of northern New Mexico, Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief No. 4 climbs Raton Pass on its way to Trinidad, Colo., from Raton, N.M.

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: GE P42DC
Location: Raton, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 182
Train ID: AMTK 4
Photo Date: May 27, 2017


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By: Chase Gunnoe

Added: Jul 04, 2017

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Photo ID: 622006

Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief No. 4 glides across the high desert of New Mexico at an impressive track speed of 79 mph. The train, which is running close to on time, is enroute to Chi... (more)

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: GE P42DC
Location: Raton, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 182
Train ID: AMTK 4
Photo Date: May 27, 2017


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By: Chase Gunnoe

Added: Jul 04, 2017

Views: 1,160
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Favorited: 19
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Photo ID: 620969

What started out as a plan to shoot coal trains on the famous Santa Fe Raton Pass Subdivision turned into an unplanned busy few days of following top priority intermodal and freight that was being... (more)

Railroad: Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Locomotive: GE C40-8 (Dash 8-40C)
Location: Raton, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: ATSF 842 116 821
Train ID: ATSF PRICH1-15
Photo Date: June 17, 1994


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By: Kevin Burkholder

Added: Jun 24, 2017

Views: 3,673
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Favorited: 36


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Photo ID: 615956

Its journey over Raton Pass complete, the westbound Southwest Limited stops at the mission-style station at Raton, New Mexico. Ahead is a race across the desert plains until the grade to Gl... (more)

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: EMD F40PH
Location: Raton, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: Amtrak 251
Train ID: Amtrak 3
Photo Date: May 14, 1985


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By: Doug Lilly

Added: May 08, 2017

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Photo ID: 603919

As the quickly setting sun disappears below the horizon, the last bit of sunlight can be seen reflecting off of Amtrak's Southwest Chief. Here it idles alongside the station platform in Raton, NM ... (more)

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: GE P42DC
Location: Raton, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 45
Train ID: AMTK 4
Photo Date: January 17, 2017


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By: Elijah Cross

Added: Jan 22, 2017

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Favorited: 14
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Photo ID: 600476

Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief rolls east along the outskirts of Raton, N.M., at a track speed of 79 MPH.

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: GE P42DC
Location: Raton, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 177
Train ID: AMTK 4
Photo Date: June 08, 2016


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By: Chase Gunnoe

Added: Dec 24, 2016

Views: 1,030
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Favorited: 7
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Photo ID: 588155

By the mid 1980s, freight traffic on Santa Fes Raton line was sparse, but not virtually nonexistent as it is today. Some of those few trains could, however be heavy enough to require helpers ove... (more)

Railroad: Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Locomotive: Caboose
Location: Raton, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: ATSF 949127
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May 13, 1985


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By: Doug Lilly

Added: Sep 06, 2016

Views: 1,955
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Favorited: 10
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Photo ID: 588046

Santa Fes station in Raton, New Mexico sits quietly, awaiting the next arrival of the Southwest Chief. The barrage carts have disappeared sometime in the past thirty years, but the scene h... (more)

Railroad: Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Locomotive: Station
Location: Raton, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May 14, 1985


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By: Doug Lilly

Added: Sep 05, 2016

Views: 1,775
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Favorited: 11


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Photo ID: 587662

Fresh out of a brief station stop in Raton, AMTK train 3, the southbound run of the Southwest Chief, glides across the prairies and grasslands of northern New Mexico, which line the Raton Subdivis... (more)

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: GE P42DC
Location: Raton, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 129
Train ID: AMTK 3
Photo Date: July 04, 2016


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By: Will Jordan

Added: Sep 01, 2016

Views: 1,250
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Favorited: 6

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Photo ID: 587314

The eastbound Southwest Chief has just departed the Raton station and is heading for Raton Pass. It will take the train about an hour to cover the 20 miles between Raton and Trinidad, Colo.

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: GE P42DC
Location: Raton, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 71
Train ID: AMTK 4
Photo Date: July 18, 2016


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By: Steve Barry / www.railroadphotographer.com

Added: Aug 29, 2016

Views: 1,149
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Favorited: 11
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Photo ID: 587313

Amtrak's Southwest Chief has finished its grueling climb over Raton Pass and is arriving at the town of Raton on its westward trip.

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: GE P42DC
Location: Raton, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 133
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 18, 2016


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By: Steve Barry / www.railroadphotographer.com

Added: Aug 29, 2016

Views: 1,136
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Favorited: 6
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Photo ID: 583255

Amtraks southbound Southwest Chief winds through the fire charred forest of northern New Mexico shortly before making its final station stop before hitting the open plains, Raton, New Mexico.

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: GE P42DC
Location: Raton, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 206
Train ID: AMTK 3
Photo Date: July 05, 2016


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By: Will Jordan

Added: Jul 19, 2016

Views: 1,750
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Favorited: 12

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Photo ID: 579365

A beautiful afternoon in Raton, NM finds an eastbound BNSF empty ballast train passing through town as it heads for La Junta, CO after working around the Springer, NM area on the passenger-only Ra... (more)

Railroad: BNSF Railway
Locomotive: EMD SD70ACe
Location: Raton, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF 8783
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: June 04, 2016


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By: J. W. Husband

Added: Jun 09, 2016

Views: 1,726
Comments: 0

Favorited: 13
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