The 794, a Washington Terminal heritage unit named after deceased conductor Pete Grosso, hauls a train out to the yard past K Tower. Pete was also K Tower operator prior to becoming a conductor.
An RTL I Turboliner heads eastbound through Jordan, NY with an Empire Service train in the mid to early 1990s. Year is a guess.
The cloud line is aligned so the Southwest chief is just on the edge as it trots along at maximum authorized speed.
Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner motive power mainstay, the F59PHIs, are preparing to be phased out in favor of new Siemens Charger locomotives. Opportunities like this will become less common and then ... (more)
Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner rolls into San Clemente with a matched set.
The Amtrak Blue Water train pulls into the old East Lansing station under ominous skies.
The Southwest Chief passes climbs a super steep grade and passes an abandoned church up on the hill.
The Southwest Chief passes a spectacular bluff through some of the most scenic parts of New Mexico.
The Southwest Chief ascends a grade in the rugged but scenic terrain of New Mexico.
The Southwest Chief climbs the rugged but scenic terrain of New Mexico in the waning daylight.
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.