AMTK 183 leads the eastbound Southwest Chief passed ESS Colmor
A new BNSF ES44C4 #3274 leads a tie train by east end Colmor. They'd go as far as Springer and tie down for the day.
Short timers. The Ancient AT&SF intermediate semaphores in Colmor, NM greet the Amtrak Southwest Chief on the afternoon of Wednesday, September 2, 2020 with AMTK 5 (P42DC) leading. BNSF Railway, A... (more)
Amtrak 3 highballs the semaphores in Colmor, NM at MP 706.2 on the Raton Subdivision.
A Dreamscape View... Next-door to a Nightmare..
The Milky Way rises in the southern sky on the Great Plains of New Mexico. It's a little after Three AM, and we see the classic ... (more)
The moon illuminates the spectacle on the intermediate signal at milepost 712 on the Raton subdivision on this cold January evening.
Amtrak engine #4 leads train #3, the westbound "Southwest Chief" by the semaphores at the 717 milepost near Colmor, NM.
Amtrak's Southwest Chief splits its first pair of semaphores. It'll pass at least a dozen more on its westward journey.
Amtrak #4 'The Southwest Chief' hustles past the blades at Colmor on a stormy afternoon in the desert.
Silent Sentinels- Standing tall over the former Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe main line, two aged semaphore signals control the movements of but two trains per day. With the reorganization of... (more)
Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief train No. 3 charges through the interlocking at WSS Colmor at track speed on BNSF's former Santa Fe Raton Subdivision.
Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief train No. 3 splits the historic Santa Fe semaphore signals at the Colmor intermediates on its way to Albuquerque, N.M., and points west.
Thunderstorms build in the background as Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief races through the intermediate Semaphore Signals by Colmor siding.
It's a snowy mid-January afternoon, and fog consumes the vast grasslands of Northern New Mexico. Breaking through the fog, running as advertised Amtrak's Southwest Chief passes by the semaphore si... (more)
A small dusting on the Raton sub as an on time Southwest Chief makes its journey back to Chicago