Bird watching... Amtrak's westbound Cardinal No. 51 eases into view as Charleston Station Agent Matt Crouch waits to load the Chicago-bound train with luggage. Nearly two dozen people will ... (more)
The Southwest Chief crosses the Mississippi River bridge at Fort Madison with Amtrak's Phase IV heritage unit on the point.
Making a late arrival, Amtrak's westbound Cardinal prepares for its station stop at Prince, W.Va.
Run Away, Little Boy! Run Away!Amtrak's Pennsylvania pulls up to WORKS in Altoona, but not without a near-miss. The boy on the bicycle in the middle of the frame is one of several t... (more)
Not Exactly a Pinole ColonySkirting the shore of San Pablo Bay on June 17, 2017, is Amtrak train 738, a San Jose to Sacramento Capitol Corridor train, passing through a tidal... (more)
The Phase IV heritage guides the eastbound Southwest Chief through the twists and turns of Apache Canyon, one of the scenic highlights along the BNSF Glorieta Subdivision. Many locals seek to the ... (more)
Amtrak heritage unit 184 leads The Southwest Chief across the swing bridge that spans the mighty Mississippi River at Fort Madison on a gorgeous summer evening.
VIA 633 with VIA 6452 leading, VIA 902 mid-train and VIA 920 on the rear heads west underneath a signal gantry on CN's Montreal Sub.
Amtrak #3 heads down Cajon Pass in the early morning running the usual 2+ hours late.
As seen from atop of a tree, Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief #3 reaches the summit of Glorieta Pass and now begins to negotiate the downgrade trek.
Early afternoon Amtrak #6, the California Zephyr, climbs the grade between Penryn, CA and Newcastle, CA on the number 2 track on a perfect winter day.
Rounding the reverse curve in Alta and throttling back up on the grade after receiving a clear signal is Amtrak #6 on a cold afternoon in the Sierras. The snow is beginning to melt and the red cla... (more)
Here we see a true classic, Amtrak's Southwest Chief splits a pair of intermediate blades in Levy, NM as it wastes no time making its way east.
After going through nearly 7 miles of 5 MPH speed restrictions, Amtrak #4 takes off out of Wagon Mound in an effort to make up the 2 hours lost in its schedule.
Amtrak #4 glides through the greenery that northern New Mexico has to offer as the summer season kicks into full swing.