Westbound Amtrak 3 pulls into the Galesburg depot.
Seen here, Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief makes its way past a lone semaphore signal, knocking it down in the process. Located in Los Cerrillos, NM this is one of several located in the area.
Silver Meteor eases by Q457.
Afternoon sun glints off the last cars of a late-running Amtrak No. 5 as it climbs out of Rocky, Colorado, on December 5, 2014.
The Empire Builder departs Union Depot nearly 13 hours late with a reverse consist and no baggage car. A pair of Wisconsin derailments at Alma and Watertown forced Amtrak to get creative g... (more)
The snow is coming down at a rather rapid pace as Amtrak Regional train 84 is seen just moments from making his station stop in Fredericksburg. Meanwhile, the Conductor for the local is seen on th... (more)
Amtrak's Southwest Chief passes the semaphores at Colmor on its westbound journey. With recent efforts to replace the semaphores around Watrous proceeding and a question looming regarding Amtrak ... (more)
Amtrak's Southwest Chief splits the semaphores at the west end of Colmor on its way to Los Angeles.
Tunnel 40—all 63 feet: Amtrak No. 6, the eastbound California Zephyr, curves along the Colorado River through Tunnel 40 in Little Gore Canyon west of Azure, Colorado, on August 21, 2014. From this... (more)
October in the Railroad Earth - The Southwest Chief awaits departure on the first day of October, in the Autumn of 2014.
Amtrak's Southwest Chief screams by one of the few active wig-wags in the country on its way to Raton Pass, and today's railfanning objective, the semaphores.
Amtrak California Zephyr #5 rolls along the Carquinez Shoreline near Eckley Pier with P42DC #41 and P40DC #809 in charge.
Amtrak P42 41 leads the Southwest Chief west through Western Springs, kicking up the leaves.
Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief passes the very photogenic blades at the east end of Watrous siding on its journey to California.