With deadheading Metrolink cars up front, the Chief departs Kansas City with its sights set on Chicago.
Amtrak #3, late as usual at Highgrove behind the Big Game unit #187.
Amtrak's Southwest Chief drops down from Raton Pass at 'East Keota'
Game on! While a soccer game takes place on a sunny Saturday afternoon at Spring Rock Soccer Fields, Amtrak’s eastbound Southwest Chief #4 from Los Angeles to Chicago can be seen in the b... (more)
Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief splits the semaphore signals of East Colmor as it races westward towards Las Vegas, NM.
Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief slows to a station stop at Galesburg where eighty-five years ago like the mural on the building shows the Burlington Zephyr would stop,
The westbound Southwest Chief rips across the prairies of New Mexico as it splits the semaphore signals in Wagon Mound, NM. These old relics are nearly 100 years old and are scheduled to be repla... (more)
The Southwest Chief makes good time running south of Wagon Mound, New Mexico
Amtrak 4 rushes through the prairies of New Mexico on its way towards Raton on a stormy afternoon. The famous “Wagon Mound” can be seen in the distance.
Amtrak 161 leads the Southwest Chief West through Westmont.
Just as the sun sets, Amtrak train 4, the eastbound Southwest Limited, is about to depart Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal behind a trio of SDP40Fs – 524, 519 and 512 – as soon as t... (more)
Eastbound Southwest chief from LA to CHI departs Flagstaff Depot after it's scheduled stop
Santa Fe All The Way. On August 5, 2016, Amtrak Train 4 (Southwest Chief) was approaching the station in Albuquerque, New Mexico with AMTK 144 (P42DC, GE) leading when it passed under the f... (more)
Amtrak 4, running a couple of hours behind schedule, navigate the maze of tracks that emcompasses Santa Fe Junction, with a UP manifest and BNSF Z going through as well.
Amtrak engine #135 (P42DC) runs through Levy, New Mexico leading the Southwest Chief.