P42 112 is looking pretty clean, and is a good example of the full Phase V livery including the red sill stripe across the nose, and Amtrak Blue number board with white frutiger numbers.
The Texas Eagle and a Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis train are neck and neck at the station.
As Amtrak No. 22 takes on passengers and baggage at the station, a contract crew of MOW men works on the station track at the east end of the depot.
Amtrak No. 22 has just departed DUPT, and is passing in front of the Dallas skyline at Reunion. Not long from now, the train will pass through the forests of east Texas.
the Texas Eagle highballs out of downtown Dallas.
The Texas Eagle rolls into downtown Dallas, Texas. Just behind the train is Dealey Plaza and the grassy knoll where President Kennedy was assassinated.
Amtrak 822, one of the Phase III heritage units, leads the Texas Eagle's consist around the wye at Canal Street preparing for its next trip.
The Texas Eagle #21 glides over the river and above the woods, safely elevated overhead the ghetto that is East St. Louis on the TRRA Pennsy Turnout, but not before offering the always spectacular... (more)
The departing InterAmerican
Amtrak's Texas Eagle crosses the Blanco River and the old Post Road as it proceeds north along the Balcones Escarpment bound for Fort Worth and Dallas and eventually Chicago.
Amtrak's Texas Eagle, train #22, detours through Rockdale, TX account of trackwork on its normal route between Taylor and Longview, TX. The former I&GN depot makes a great prop, having seen the p... (more)
The northbound Texas Eagle passes Illinois' State Capitol building as it crosses the very appropriately named Capitol Avenue.
A Texas Eagle departs DUPT eastbound.
The northbound Texas Eagle just moments out of the St.Louis depot .