Into the Turn! Amtrak 1092, a special version of the daily Amtrak 92 Silver Star running at a later time due to track work on the route, crosses over Park Street in Columbia, SC, headed nor... (more)
The St. Louis skyline provides quite the appropriate backdrop for this 56 minute late Amtrak #22 "Texas Eagle" as it leaves the city behind gliding across Terminals' MacArthur Bridge Dis... (more)
Thunderstorms build in the background as Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief races through the intermediate Semaphore Signals by Colmor siding.
Quickly getting back up to speed, Amtrak #19 continues the journey west from Atlanta, GA with two GE P42DC locomotives on the point after meeting Norfolk Southern train 186. The daily southbound ... (more)
Train 95 makes its station stop at Richmond Staples Mill.
The Coast Starlight makes its way through Alviso on a moody yet scenic spring day.
An inbound United Airlines flight is on final approach for Portland International Airport as Amtrak train #28 crosses the Columbia River Draw and the station stop at Vancouver, WA.
The Coast Starlight makes its way across the Alviso slough lands on a misty and moody morning. The weather ended up making for a rather unusual take on this scenic setting.
In the last light of the day, the eastbound Empire Builder zips along west of Trenton en route to its next station stop at Williston.
The Northbound Starlight with the addition of two baggage cars today.
The Northbound Starlight with the private car "Dagny Taggart" on the rear. Once a former NYC observation car, it now sports MKT logo at the end.
Amtrak 790 heads out of Santa Susana Pass and into Chatsworth on a beautiful sunny evening.
A very late #125 heads south down the middle of Railroad Avenue in Ashland. A double track mainline down the middle of the street on a median makes this one awesome place to catch a few trains.
AMTK 191 speeds through on the hot track while NECR 3840 works the yard and RLK 4003 awaits the call to duty later on in the day.
Amtrak 91 looking like a regional due to service disruptions from Hurricane Sandy. This "trapped" several sets in the southeast between Jax and Miami or Miami and DC. Three motors on the head end.