The Southwest Chief runs towards Raton, New Mexico as it heads south from Trinidad, Colorado.
A massive thunderhead develops as Amtrak engine 135 (P42DC) pulls into Raton, New Mexico.
The Southwest Chief pulls into Raton, New Mexico as it runs south on its way to Los Angeles.
The Chief is seen at Raton New Mexico in 1938. Otto Perry photo, from my collection.
Amtrak engine #10 (P42DC) leads the Southwest Chief, minus the baggage car, south towards Raton, New Mexico.
The Southwest Chief runs south through East Raton, New Mexico, passing a trio of double spotlight signals along the way.
The setting sun's lasty minutes of light catches the Southwest Chief as it heads towards Raton, New Mexico
The Southwest Chief 3 train runs through the S curves as it heads towards Raton, New Mexico.
ATSF 2-10-2 936 is seen shoving eastbound on the west side of Raton Pass, while Santa Fe 2-10-2s 1705 and 3811 are seen in the distance leading. Otto Perry photo, from my collection.
ATSF 3815 and ATSF E1 number 6 lead train 22, El Capitan, east of Raton in 1939. Otto Perry photo, from my collection.
The westbound Southwest Chief approaches the station stop at Raton, on time.
AT&SF train 17, The Super Chief, glides downgrade on Raton Pass with a nice looking set of F7s leading the way, in 1950. Otto Conrad Perry photo, from my collection.
ATSF 2-8-8-2 1790 and ATSF 4-8-4 3784 are seen leading train 20, The Chief, east of Raton New Mexico on June 16th 1945. Otto Conrad Perry photo, from my collection.
ATSF 2-8-8-2 1797 and ATSF 4-8-4 3777 are working hard pulling a 13 car Chief at 30 MPH, near Raton New Mexico, on April 9th 1944. Otto Conrad Perry photo, from my collection.
ATSF train 9, the Navajo, is seen at Raton with ten cars in the consist, on September 2nd 1938. Otto Conrad Perry photo, from my collection.