Amtrak P42 84 leads the outbound California Zephyr (Train #6) through Eola, as it passes under the CB&Q signal bridge.
Amtrak P42 152 and Amtrak Phase V Dash 8 P32BWH 505 head west through Eola, passing under the CB&Q signal bridge.
Amtrak train No. 6, The San Francisco Zephyr, has an SD45, FP7A, and E units for power today, along with a colorful consist of hand-me-down passenger equipment as it storms through Cisco on its as... (more)
Amtrak 6 is seen passing Thompson Spring, Ut only about 2 hours late - 01/09/2007
Amtrak 6 is seen following the Colorado River on the Dotsero cutoff - 29/08/2007
The eastbound California Zephyr rolls out of the station stop at Green River, UT and rounds a big curve in the desolate scenery of east-central Utah.
Amtrak's San Francisco Zephyr is East of Colfax crossing Long Ravine Trestle. #8982 had been added at Roseville for the run over Donner Pass and the hose carrying the air signal line can be seen o... (more)
Amtrak's Number 6 crosses Monroe County Road T-55, just east of Avery, Iowa.
Amtrak's E units did not last long on Donner Pass. They were not liked by SP crews or shop personnel. E8 #326 (formerly UP 929A) is pulling out of the East end of the long wooden snow shed at Nord... (more)
At one time, Blue Canon was a crew change point on SP's Donner Pass line. The original compound Mallet's could take as long as 12 hours to reach here from Roseville.
Today, other than the large h... (more)
Amtrak Train #5 exits the Moffat Tunnel
A couple of hours late, Amtrak 6speds through Hazen.
The eastbound California Zephyr, running on time, on the former D&RG's Dotsero cutoff, alongside the Colorado River. In a mile or two it will pass its westbound counterpart, also on time.
The Zephyr rounds a bend on the water front in Pinole.