The Southwest Chief streaks across some scenic portions of desert on a fine afternoon.
The station at Las Vegas, NM is a two story Spanish Mission style building built in 1899, and is served today by the Southwest Chief.
The station at Raton, NM, is a beautiful example of Spanish influence on the area. The station dates back to 1903 and is served today by the Southwest Chief.
The Southwest Chief makes its way over scenic Raton Pass.
The interior of the Altoona Amtrak Station (which is a multi modal facility having a Greyhound ticket window across from the Amtrak ticket window, features a neat painting of various railroad powe... (more)
Heading up the hill with a coal train.
The NS Juniata shops displays an interesting sign, with number boards 1999-2017 denoting the time period of NS ownership of the facility.
Various power at the shops.
The Pennsylvanian makes its way through the scenic mountainous countryside of Pennsylvania as it heads over Horse Shoe Curve.
The 7048 stands guard while NS 6372 heads up the hill.
The Southwest Chief rolls along through scenic countryside at speed on its way to the next stop in Trinidad. Wild sunflowers line the road, and a lone house is passed in a very sparsely populated... (more)
A decade ago these red nosed wide cab GP40s were common power on MARC trains.
One of the last wig wag protected crossings on a Class 1 catches the last rays of light while waiting on Amtrak's Southwest Chief to make its daily visit.
BNSF ES44C4 6918, BNSF SD70MAC 9641, CSX AC44CW #1 (Spirit of West Virginia), and BNSF ES44AC 6052 lead a freight through Trinidad, CO.