Standing against the light of a full moon semaphores 7061 and 7062 await the daily arrival of Amtrak trains 3 and 4, the Southwest Chief. Although the future looms uncertain for the Raton and Glor... (more)
As the afternoon wears long Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief prepares to take down the clear indication displayed by semaphore 7062, the last set of semaphores to be seen by the Chief on its eas... (more)
Semaphore sentinels stand guard for yet another night, awaiting judgement day.
A pair of EMD SD70ACe-T4 demos painted in BNSF colors race west through the semaphore signals at Robinson, New Mexico along BNSF's Raton Subdivision, on August 8, 2018.
The sun has just set over the Northern New Mexico plains as Amtrak #4 splits through the semaphores of Robinson. The train will continue from here to its next stop of Raton, NM.
Splitting the blades, featured here Amtrak's Southwest Chief #4 traverses underneath an illuminated sky as it prepares to knock down the last pair of intermediate semaphore signals that it'll enco... (more)
Splitting the blades, Amtrak's Southwest Chief passes through an active pair of semaphore signals located outside of Springer, NM. Highlighted are only two of many in the area that remain operatio... (more)
West of Springer, NM Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief powers out of a sag just moments before taking a clear signal from the eastern most set of surviving semaphores.
Splitting the blades, seen here Phase III Heritage #145 leads Amtrak's Southwest Chief #3 through an active set of semaphore signals. Featured are only two of many in the area, located between Rat... (more)
Monsoon season is in full swing in northern New Mexico as the eastbound Southwest Chief storms through the blades at Levy, NM.
Splitting the blades, Phase I Heritage unit #156 glides Amtrak's Southwest Chief through a set of intermediate semaphore signals in Robinson, NM, on a cool and stormy mid-August afternoon.
Splitting the blades, here we see Amtrak's Southwest Chief #3 as it passes through an active pair of semaphore signals; featured are only two of many in the area. Located between Raton and Las Veg... (more)
Amtrak train No. 3, the Southwest Chief, raises its own snowstorm flying through Robinson, New Mexico, on a cold January 28, 2000.
Amtrak #4 passes though the last set of semaphores it would encounter on its trip from Los Angeles to Chicago at 79MPH as the light wanes on the early evening of 11/14/13.
Amtrak 201 leads the Station to Station passenger special though Eastern New Mexico, as it splits the eastern most semaphores on the Raton Sub at Robinson, NM on 9/17/13.