Amtrak 156 sits on display in Central Union Station for National Train Day.
2 Heritage Amtrak units are some of the stars at the Trainfest during a night photo session.
Where the "Blue Cut Fire" StartedA short Amtrak train, operated for Amtrak President Joseph Boardman, climbs southern California's Cajon Pass on May 30th, 2016. This train... (more)
Amtrak's Phase I heritage unit leads the westbound California Zephyr through Pinecliffe and on toward the Continental Divide
Amtrak's Phase I heritage unit leads the westbound California Zephyr through the tight confines of south boulder creek canyon
Amtrak 'pointless arrow' heritage motor #156 has command of a 4 car Amtrak executive special which among other Amtrak and BNSF executives onboard is Amtrak's outgoing CEO Joe Boardman. The special... (more)
Boardman on BoardAt Lugo, on the eastern side of Cajon Pass' summit, BNSF Railway's triple-track pares down to "just" double-track. However, due to trackwork between Lugo... (more)
Amtrak's Capitol Limited is coming through Hobbs interlocking an hour and a half late.
Amtrak's red nosed heritage engine ducks in and out of morning sun light as it leads the Eastbound California Zephyr in the red narrows.
Train 6 exits the East portal of the Thistle tunnels with the last Amtrak ACS-64 and 14 cars in tow.
With four additional Amtrak cars including the Beach Grove observation car, the California Zephyr train No. 6 climbs toward Soldier Summit on June 5, 2016. Amtrak President and CEO Joseph H. Board... (more)
With Amtrak's Phase 1 Heritage P42DC in the lead and the last Siemens ACS-64 delivery trailing, a 14 car California Zephyr glides through Wellington Canyon east of Wash on June 5, 2016.
With Amtrak's Phase 1 Heritage P42DC in the lead and the last Siemens ACS-64 delivery trailing, a 14 car California Zephyr curves through Spanish Fork Canyon just after sunrise on June 5, 2016.
Amtrak's Eastbound California Zephyr glides thru the curves at Kyune with 14 cars in tow and the phase I heritage engine leading.
Amtrak's Eastbound California Zephyr is bathed in morning sun light at Lakota Junction. In the consist are Amtrak's last ACS-64 #670 and Joe Boardman and staff are riding along.