Amtrak 32 leads Lincoln Service 303 south around the s-curve south of Joliet.
While skiers hit the slopes, Amtrak’s Winter Park Express ski train lays over in the siding at Fraser, Colorado, on the afternoon of January 20, 2018. Three of the eight Superliner coach and coach... (more)
Past a wall of stacks. VIA 65 with VIA 906 and 5 LRC cars is passing CN 149.
Now that the US-101 between Santa Barbara and Los Angeles has reopened, the two Capitol Corridor motors have finished their duties assisting on the Pacific Surfliner service. Here they are gliding... (more)
The westbound Pennsylvanian climbs the grade of Horse Shoe Curve.
Semaphores, code-lines, and the Chief...Not to much has changed at Chapelle, New Mexico over the decades. Sure the fabled 'Route of the Chiefs' is now owned by BNSF and the last Chief standing is ... (more)
Passing the remains of the once bustling, Southern Pacific roundhouse in San Luis Obispo, Amtrak's northbound Coast Starlight rolls out the final miles into town approaching its next station stop.... (more)
Passing some of the last remaining, active searchlights on CTC territory in California - Amtrak's southbound Coast Starlight decends through Tunnel 11 and into North Chorro on a windy afternoon on... (more)
Amtrak Heritage P42 No. 145 leads train 43, the Pennsylvanian at the Altoona station on a rainy August day.
In January 1997, Amtrak train No. 35 approaches UP's concrete bridge over the Mojave River. The passenger train from Chicago rocks through a crossover as it comes up out of the yard and onto the b... (more)
Crossing over. VIA 65 is crossing over from the north track to the south track of CN's Montreal Sub with VIA 905 leading four LRC cars.
Northbound "Palmetto" slowing for its stop at Selma
America's train cruises through the bright golden Minnesota prairie as it tries to make up time lost the day before in Washington state.
With their work in Southern California complete, CDTX 2051 and 2052 hitch a ride back home on Amtrak's northbound Coast Starlight as it races across the iconic trestle at Gaviota.
January had a lot more snow last year versus the practically no freezing temperatures we've had this year in Portland.