Treading Upon Devil's Throne - In the sunset hours of a summer evening, a late westbound Southwest Chief glides westward through Waldo Canyon. After the train passed, it was back to work to... (more)
Timing is everything, as illustrated here. Featured here, we see a glimpse of what is certainly a one-time occurrence. Moments before knocking down an active semaphore signal, NMRX #101 leads an “... (more)
It's a beautifully picturesque summer afternoon and here we see BNSF #3812 as it leads a 30 car tonnage train beneath the "Devil's Throne" in Cerrillos, NM. Due to current track maintena... (more)
Having spent most of the day running through semaphore territory, featured here, Heritage Unit #184 leads Amtrak’s Southwest Chief past the last semaphore signal it’ll see for the remainder of its... (more)
Having spent a majority of the day running through semaphore territory, Amtrak’s Southwest Chief #3 makes its way past the last semaphore signal it’ll see for the remainder of its cross-country jo... (more)
Here we see Amtrak's Southwest Chief representing Phases III, IV, and V moments prior to knocking down a semaphore signal as it makes its way through Cerrillos, NM.
Seen here, Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief makes its way past a lone semaphore signal, knocking it down in the process. Located in Los Cerrillos, NM this is one of several located in the area.
Spring is in the air as Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief #4 skirts beneath the "Devil's Throne" moments prior to entering into Cerrillos, NM on an absolutely beautiful March afternoon.
Amtrak's Southwest Chief passes the "Devil's Throne" at Cerlillos, New Mexico