Amtrak 67 leads the Texas Eagle across the Trinity River Bridge near downtown Dallas.
I was expecting heritage unit 156, but a curveball was sent my way. Heritage unit #66 cruises through Lemont with the Texas Eagle.
On a perfectly dreary and rainy morning at Fort Worth, the power of Amtrak's Inter-American--a St. Louis to Laredo train at that time--is fueled and watered at the former Santa Fe passenger statio... (more)
Amtrak P42 139 leads the Texas Eagle south through Lockport.
Amtrak 66 leads the on time Texas Eagle westbound on track two as it travels to San Antonio.
The Amtrak Phase II heritage unit leads the Texas Eagle westbound between Dallas and Fort Worth on its way to San Antonio.
Passengers off-board at Dallas UPT.
Amtrak's southbound Texas Eagle passes what is left of the former Alton/GM&O yard at Bloomington, Illinois. Illinois State University's dormitory buildings can be seen in the distance.
Amtrak #21 glides thru Ridgely interlocking as both the train and tower are bathed in sweet evening light.
Amtrak P42 99 leads the southbound Texas Eagle through historic downtown Lockport.
The Texas Eagle in Grand Prairie on the wanna be double track maineline
Trading Amtrak rails for those of the CNIC, Amtrak's TEXAS EAGLE gets underway, leaving the brick canyons of Chicago behind.
The Texas Eagle is running right on time as it barrels south through the small town of Gardner, IL., leaving a cloud of snow in its wake.
Train #21 barrels through the town of Gardner, a little north of Dwight.
Amtrak 18 barrels south, with two private cars at the rear of the outbound Texas Eagle.