..Adam Farence Photo.
Having arrived on time at 5:00 pm at the Amtrak station in Albuquerque, Santa Fe 3698 has been giving a helping hand to Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief.
The Southwest Chief passes under the Santa Fe searchlight cantilever just south of Trinidad as it continues it's journey west to Los Angeles.
The Southwest Chief makes the birds scatter as it splits the blades at MP 706.2 just south of Springer as it heads for a station stop in Las Vegas, NM.
Amtrak Southwest Chief chugs out of Galesburg on a very hot summer evening.
As the last bit of daylight disappears, featured here Amtrak's Southwest Chief makes its way through Rowe, NM on a warm and stormy evening.
The cloud line is aligned so the Southwest chief is just on the edge as it trots along at maximum authorized speed.
The Southwest Chief leans into a curve at speed in Pruitt.
The Southwest Chief's assistant engineer gives a big wave as they blast through Pruitt, chasing the setting sun.
The Southwest Chief glides through the classic terrain of its namesake.
The Southwest Chief makes tracks through the classic terrain of its namesake.
The daily Southwest Chief rolls into the quiet town of Lamy... A place off the beaten path that time has forgotten. Passengers make their way to the station a little before train time, seemingly ... (more)
Amtrak's Phase III Heritage unit #822 pulls the southwest chief as it heads west on the Mendota sub, Towards Galesburg, Illinois
Emerging from an elevated cut, featured here Amtrak's Southwest Chief #3 makes its way through Rosario, NM en route to Albuquerque, NM on a beautifully hot mid-Spring afternoon.