The westbound Southwest Chief splits the intermediate signals west of Bernal, NM.
Amtrak train number 3, the westbound Southwest Chief, splits the blades at milepost 791.2
The westbound Southwest Chief begins its climb to the summit of Glorieta Pass.
Just another afternoon at Bernal as #3 knocks down the semaphore intermediates.
The Southwest Chief passes the 791.2 blades
Moments away from knocking down a semaphore signal displaying a Proceed indication, Amtrak's Southwest Chief makes its way through Bernal, NM.
Running as advertised, Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief splits the blades as it knocks down an intermediate pair of semaphore signals on this stunningly hot summer afternoon.
Amtrak 41's bug-splattered nose meets the ancient semaphores still protecting Bernal, a hundred years after they were installed.
A blast of red, white, and blue brings life to the otherwise dark and lonely town of Bernal, NM as winter storms move in over the area. The semaphore blades still stand on this mainline, but it's ... (more)
A friendly wave from the engineers as the westbound Southwest Chief whips around the corner at the 791.2 intermediates, one of the more popular set of semaphores along the former Santa Fe transcon... (more)
It's a beautifully crisp winter's afternoon and running as advertised, Amtrak's Southwest Chief splits the blades as it continues its westward journey through Northern New Mexico.
It's a chilly early-Autumn afternoon in Northern New Mexico, and breaking through the crisp air, we see Amtrak's Southwest Chief as it splits an intermediate set of semaphore signals near Chapelle... (more)
Seen here, Amtrak's Southwest Chief splits a pair of intermediate semaphore signals located near Chapelle, NM as a thunderstorm brews overhead.
The intermediate semaphores of Bernal, New Mexico stand tall over the high desert as stars in the skies above give way to a powerful monsoonal storm.
Featuring an enthusiastic crew, they wave as their train, Amtrak's Southwest Chief splits a pair of intermediate semaphore signals.