The Southwest Chief passes the classic Wig-Wag signal at Delhi, CO on a cold January morning.
The westbound Amtrak Southwest Chief passes the Magnetic Flagman in Delhi, Colorado, an icon along the BNSF Raton Subdivision as the last Wigwag along a class I railroad still in mainline operatio... (more)
Under the cover of darkness, Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief zips by the Delhi Wig Wag just over an hour behind schedule
Eastbound Maintenance of Way repositioning move sprints through Delhi, Colorado with a Burlington Northern caboose destined Dalhart, Texas.
Running nearly 8 hours down, and with a little help from the Brand New Santa Fe, Amtrak's Southwest Chief #3 races through Delhi, CO where the last mainline wigwag crossing sign still service stan... (more)
Amtrak #4 'The Southwest Chief' races through desolate southern Colorado. Next stop, La Junta...
Amtrak's train No3, the southbound Southwest Chief races by the noted wigwag at Delhi, Colorado 45 minutes behind schedule on May 2, 2019.
Sunset for the Southwest Chief- With the evening sky darkening, the last Superliner of the eastbound Southwest Chief streaks by the only wig-wag crossing signal in service on a Class I Rail... (more)
A rerouted BNSF empty ethanol train climbs the stiff grade into Delhi passing the wigwag on its way south to Trinidad,CO where it would then tie down for a day before heading back north towards Pu... (more)
Rerouted empties from La Junta take a dip down the Raton Subdivision and roll past the infamous Wig Wag at Delhi, Colorado.
The westbound Southwest Chief travels along the southern Colorado grasslands running a little over two hours late after encountering severe weather in the midwest the night before. The train is se... (more)
The red markets of Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief train No. 4 illuminate Santa Fe's ancient wig-wag signal at Delhi, Colo., on the Raton Subdivision. For decades, this unique signal war... (more)
Amtrak 3, the Southwest Chief heads west through Delhi Colorado passing by the last wig-wag in mainline service.
One of the last wig wag protected crossings on a Class 1 catches the last rays of light while waiting on Amtrak's Southwest Chief to make its daily visit.
One of the last active wig wags on a Class 1 catches the last rays of light after another day of duty. What a neat piece of "living" history!