The Empire Builder skirts the banks of the Mississippi River on its way to Chicago.
The point unit for the Reno Fun Train carries some unusual wild life above its front coupler.
The eastbound Empire Builder lays down some exhaust as it flies across the Staples Sub just east of Frazee. The train was over three hours late today, making this daylight shot possible.
Amtrak's schedules in the Pacific Northwest have been in disarray for days following the heavy storms in Oregon and Washington. Hence the eastbound Empire Builder is running about 3 hrs late as sh... (more)
Amtrak's eastbound Empire Builder is running about three hours late on Christmas Eve as she sails east over the Two Medicine River at one of the most famous locations on the former Great Northern ... (more)
Just out of its last stop in Winona, the Empire Builder flies through the curves of Dakota.
The daily Empire Builder is right on schedule as it heads east along the shores of the Mississippi River.
Amtrak's California Zephyr train #6 crosses from main #1 to main #2 at CP Colton, five miles east of Soldier Summit. Dispatcher #78 lined the little streamliner ahead of a Utah Railway coal empty.
Captured moments after sunrise, Amtrak's California Zephyr heads east through Spanish Fork Canyon just east of the ghost town of Thistle, Utah.
A Capitol Corridor train enroute to San Jose crosses Alameda Creek right after sunrise at Niles Jct.
Amtrak #185, looking a little naked without its nose logo, is on the point of tonight's eastbound Southwest Chief train #4 at Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal.