Amtrak's westbound California Zephyr rolls through Thompson,UT mid-cloud bombing
Amtrak No. 5, the California Zephyr, crosses over McDonald Creek at the base of imposing Dodge’s Bluff just east of Utaline, Colorado, on July 18, 1990. Four EMD F40PHs haul the 16-car train westb... (more)
The Veterans and Phase 1 engines lead the westbound California Zephyr along the Colorado River at Dotsero, CO.
The Veterans and Phase 1 engines lead the westbound California Zephyr along the Colorado River at Burns, CO.
The westbound California Zephyr winds through Gore Canyon with the Veterans and Phase 1 teamed up.
Making its way up a steep grade, the westbound California Zephyr twists and turns its way through the mountains. I believe this is somewhere in Colorado.
Though Solitude is one of the most apt railroad location names I've been to I also felt the presence of the great photographers who'd come before to this remote location for this classic shot on t... (more)
The outbound Zephyr kicks up snow as it races westbound through Eola Yard on a frigid but sunny day.
Spring rainstorms, including one helluva dust devil behind the tallest peak, hover over the Bookcliffs as Amtrak’s westbound California Zephyr flies out of Desert, Utah, on May 4, 2003.
A burned out headlight needs changing as Amtrak No. 5, the westbound California Zephyr, makes its station and service stop at Denver, Colorado, on February, 23, 1986. The electrician has found a w... (more)
The westbound California Zephyr. A Roger Puta Photograph
Amtrak No. 5, the westbound California Zephyr, cruises into the station stop at Fraser, Colorado, on January 13, 2001, and is meeting the Rio Grande Ski Train waiting in Fraser siding.
Amtrak 115 leads the westbound California Zephyr through Westmont.
Autumn is arriving a little early this year in the high country of Colorado. Amtrak’s westbound California Zephyr zips through Tolland amid the changing leaves on September 17, 2016.
Amtrak No. 5, the westbound California Zephyr, rushes past Pactolus Lake west of Pinecliffe, Colorado, on September 24, 2001. The largest building on the right is the former ice house that once wa... (more)