Santa Fe GE C40-8W No. 872, west unit in a helper set of locomotives, sits in the yard near the station at Raton, New Mexico, on the morning of May 30, 1995.
Amtrak's Westbound Southwest Chief comes into Raton, New Mexico about 15 minutes late on schedule.
On June 16, 2020, after descending Raton Pass, this loaded ballast train led by BNSF ES44DC No. 7343 comes to a stop at the signal at East Raton, New Mexico, where they will get talked by the sign... (more)
Amtrak 153 leads the westbound Southwest Chief through the switch at East Keota. The train has just gone through the tunnel at the top of Raton Pass and has begun its decent towards the open plain... (more)
It was a snowy morning on Raton Pass as the Southwest Chief encountered showers from Starkville, CO to just west of Raton. Here, No. 3 cruises into the double track and prepares for the station s... (more)
The Southwest Chief descends the west slope of Raton Pass at East Keota. The fog lifted just moments before the train popped into view.
Amtrak #933, test train for the Amtrak's Charger locomotives, descend down Raton Pass just north of the namesake New Mexico town. July, 2019.
Amtrak's Southwest Chief rolls along the plains of northern New Mexico, just a few minutes from its station stop at Raton.
Running a few hours late, Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief splits the Santa Fe searchlight signals at the East Raton control point as the train makes its way off of Raton Pass and towards its st... (more)
A trio of Santa Fe locos lay over at Raton between running as helpers over Raton Pass.
No3, Amtrak's L.A. bound Southwest Chief slides into Raton, New Mexico and it's low cloud ceiling for the brief station stop after cresting the namesake pass on May 2, 2019.
Eastbound Amtrak 4 "Southwest Chief" leaves Raton (NM).
Santa Fe Caboose 999140 stands in Raton (NM) in front of the Raton Visitor Information Center.
A thick fog engulfs the small town of Raton,NM as Amtrak #3 'The Southwest Chief' prepares to makes its stop.
A 2 hour late Amtrak #4 'The Southwest Chief' starts its climb into the mountains of southern Colorado leaving the New Mexico desert behind.