Amtrak #4 splits through the intermediate blades just north of Wagon Mound, NM, where the region saw up to a foot of snow after two recent winter storms combed over the area, providing for a decen... (more)
Most of the snow has melted as the Eastbound Southwest Chief descends upon the town of Rowe, NM, which holds one of the last CTC control points on the Glorieta Subdivision. From this point on, the... (more)
Moments before sunrise, Amtrak 29 Capitol Limited heads westbound for Chicago on the NS Chicago Line just west of Wawaka, Indiana.
Amtrak #6 is slowing to a stop in front of the Union Pacific yard office in Helper, Utah. #6 will pick up 3 passengers here today in spite of being 8 hours late. Lead unit #42, the Veterans unit, ... (more)
Eastbound Capital Limited rolls through Philson.
Amtrak #6 ran 8 hours late through Nevada and Utah this day due to winter storm induced problems in the Sierras.. For me that meant a daylight passage over Soldier Summit in Utah. It was running w... (more)
Amtrak 63 heads west across the bridge at Savannah.
The Empire Builder at Red Rock with Heritage engine 145 on the point and the Milwaukee Road Super Dome operated by Railroading Heritage of Midwest America (RHMA) bringing up the rear.
The Veterans and Phase 1 engines lead the westbound California Zephyr along the Colorado River at Dotsero, CO.
Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner pushes its way toward the coastline.
The Heartland Flyer heads out of Fort Worth as the sun sinks rapidly.
The Amtrak Veterans unit leads the Silver Star across the St. Lucie Canal.
Featuring a friendly wave from the crew, Amtrak’s Southwest Chief #4 traverses the “Big City” of Rowe, NM on this beautifully crisp mid-Winter afternoon.
As the quickly setting sun disappears below the horizon, the last bit of sunlight can be seen reflecting off of Amtrak's Southwest Chief. Here it idles alongside the station platform in Raton, NM ... (more)
The Heartland Flyer and it's protect equipment layover in Fort Worth.