The Southwest Chief has quite the eclectic and unorthodox lash up on the head end. Everything seen behind the first two P42s would be dropped in ABQ and then continue to Pueblo, CO so the brand ne... (more)
The Southwest Chief leans into a curve at speed in Pruitt.
The Southwest Chief's assistant engineer gives a big wave as they blast through Pruitt, chasing the setting sun.
The Southwest Chief glides through the classic terrain of its namesake.
The Southwest Chief makes tracks through the classic terrain of its namesake.
The 87 leads the 4631, a brand new Amtrak Midwest Charger. This equipment was dropped off on the Southwest Chief so it can head up to TTCI in Pueblo, CO for testing. The Charger is brand new, hav... (more)
The daily Southwest Chief rolls into the quiet town of Lamy... A place off the beaten path that time has forgotten. Passengers make their way to the station a little before train time, seemingly ... (more)
Washington Terminal heritage unit #794 is in the background as the 4915 heads out of the station.
This striking heritage unit is right at home in Washington Terminal's West Yard, waiting for its next move. Washington Terminal predates Amtrak by 70 years, and although it is now part of Amtrak i... (more)
The new Charger leads the old MP36. It's nice to see the liveries are rather consistent.
The single level Pacific Surfliner set had one of the patriotic veterans cabbage cars (former F40PH). It's twin is the 90221, based out of Chicago.
A Pacific Surfliner occupies a crossing in downtown San Diego at sunset.
A Pacific Surfliner passes San Clemente Station and Pier in the evening, and the reflective lettering and stripes really stick out.
A Pacific Surfliner train rests in the San Diego station.