Amtrak #4 'the Southwest Chief' zig zags through all the BNSF traffic traveling east on BNSF's Gallup Subdivision near the small town of Gonzales,NM.
BNSF 4614 East tops the Continental Divide at Gonzales, NM. Fifth out in the locomotive consist is BNSF 5815, the LNG "Dual Fuel" test unit. Vintage test cars Canyon Diablo and Kootenai ... (more)
Santa Fe's Tucson Electric Power Company coal train crests the Continental Divide at Gonzales, New Mexico on October 6, 1995. Cut in 83 cars deep is a three unit remote helper with a grand total o... (more)
Santa Fe's hot piggyback train No. 189 (Chicago, IL to Richmond, CA) crests the 7244 ft. Continental Divide at Gonzales, New Mexico on Oct. 6, 1995.
A Santa Fe coil steel train crests the 7244 ft. Continental Divide at Gonzales, New Mexico on Oct. 6, 1995.
Amtrak #3 passes along the red cliffs about 30 minutes until sunset 9/10/11. The train has just crested the Continental Divide at Continental Divde,NM (RR Station name Gonzales).
Amtrak 3 darts across the Western New Mexico desert with the AMTK 4 leading. Confused?
A Warbonnet and two mean green EMD machines have crested the Continental Divide just before sunset and will have a dark and downhill journey to Belen.
An empty ballast train scoots across the New Mexico desert behind a quartet of GE's.
A Z speeds west as a eastbound works toward the Continental Divide in western New Mexico as a winter storm closes in.
It's another busy morning on the Gallup Sub as 2 DPU pushers help a westbound grain train while passing an eastbound stacker at the Continental Divide.
Crossing the Continental Divide near Gonzales