The "Pointless Arrow" heritage unit leads a tardy # 11 towards Oakland on a sunny summer morning.
Heritage unit 156, sporting Amtraks "phase I" paint approches San Luis Obispo to meet the northbound starlight before continuing it's trip to LAUPT. The bloody nose almost gives this train an Espe... (more)
Killing bugs since 1971
Coast Starlight with the Phase I Heritage scheme. Very pretty - I think she is my favorite!
The northbound coast starlight with some heritage on point
Amtrak Locomotive Number 156 Leads Train 313, here the train is making a station stop at Kirkwood then will proceed west to its finial Destination of Kansas City Missouri making a few stops along ... (more)
It's the "Pointless Arrow", "Bloody Nose", or whatever you want to call it; AMTK 156 leads a slightly late 313 under the Barrett Station Road overpass as clouds and an ancient code pole line enhan... (more)
Amtrak's famed "Pointless Arrow" heritage unit #156 cruses westbound into Kirkwood for its station stop. Bringing up the rear is Frisco sleeper Cimarron River.
Still a welcomed guest on the Sedalia Sub, Amtrak's Phase I Heritage unit eases the last River Runner of the day toward the Sedalia Station.
On a Warm Afternoon in Late May, Amtrak train 313 Speeds west toward Kansas City, here the train is seen leaning into the curve near the Transportation Museum.
The engineer on Amtrak's Missouri River Runner takes a peak out the cab while stopped at the former MoPac Station in Sedalia, MO.
Grassy and Good for 70....Amtrak Heritage Engine #156 leads the morning eastbound River Runner at the east end of Dresden Siding.
The "Cardinal" has just come off the Buckingham Branch Railroad (former C&O) onto the Norfolk Southern (former Southern) and is accelerating north.
Amtrak 156 throttles up to make up time as it is 19 minutes late out of Amherst MA