Rudolph sticks out well in the snow.
One of Amtrak's Heritage diesels, P42DC 156, is on the point of train #4 on the last day of January 2014. The train, the Southwest Chief, makes its first station stop after departing Los A... (more)
Some heritage on the last day of 2013
So long 2013
Amtrak Phase I P42 number 156 leads the northbound Coast Starlight across the trestle at Gaviota Beach on a beautiful December day.
The Heritage I "Bloody Nose" unit leads the southbound Coast Starlight on a still summer morning.
NREX 3075 waiting on the southbound Heartland Flyer at Ardmore Ok
Amtrak's Heritage I on the Coast Starlight
Amtrak Heartland Flyer over one hour late. Didn't expect to see 821 while chasing a KCS train to BNSF Metro JCT. An 18-wheeler rock hauler bottomed out at a rural crossing, and getting stuck. Caus... (more)
Amtrak No. 5, the California Zephyr is westbound, but for a moment on the approach to Big 10 Curve, is pointed east into the morning sun, as the train travels between Rocky and Clay on May 31, 201... (more)
Southbound Heartland Flyer
Continuing to run on the daily Heartland Flyer trains is Phase I heritage unit #156, framed appropriately with a mailbox sporting the same number in downtown Ponder.
The Heartland Flyer has just passed the the recently replaced South Wye signals on its return trip to Fort Worth with the Phase I heritage unit again leading southbound. This makes a full w... (more)
Amtrak's Heartland Flyer glides downgrade at Krum, with the Phase I heritage unit leading the southbound leg of regional train back to Fort Worth.
Southbound Heartland Flyer at Gainesville Tx