The westbound Sunset Limited pauses at El Paso.
An eastbound Santa Fe freight nears the the summit of Cajon Pass.
With a pair of SDP40Fs on the point, Amtrak's southbound Coast Starlight departs Seattle's King Street Station on its 1388-mile journey to Los Angeles. The building behind the rear of the train is... (more)
Something no longer seen on passenger trains today are the wisps of steam that, on cooler days, enveloped much of the train. Amtrak SDP40F 503, powering San Diegan 770, is clearly equipped with a... (more)
Unofficial MAERSK publicity train ran at request of MAERSK photographer posing at CP Badger on PHL Alameda Corridor Sub with Badger (railroad) and Commodore Heim (auto) bridges in background. The ... (more)
Back in the Milwaukee Road passenger days in the 1960's we left Lacrosse on say the Morning Hiawatha #6 which was carded around the same time Amtrak #8 the Builder was but the speeds were a lot mo... (more)
BNSF 6976, painted in a special Maersk scheme for grand opening of new Pier 400 facility opening in the port of Los Angeles was leading a photo special at CP Mole on Terminal Island.
Amtrak 535 awaits departure on a grimy winter evening at King St. Station in Seattle, WA. The North Coast Hiawatha has an evening departure for Everett, Wenatchee and Spokane in Washington, then o... (more)
We're standing one mile west of the Brookfield Depot on the Milwaukee Road's Lacrosse Division just about MP100.5 as the westbound Amtrak North Coast Hiawatha approaches Barker Rd.at track speed w... (more)
Amtrak train 14, the northbound ("westbound" by Southern Pacific's timetable) Coast Starlight is just about at the station in San Luis Obispo, California, on July 2, 1974. Amtrak... (more)
In January 1975, Amtrak train 772, the mid-morning San Diegan, crosses from Fullerton into Anaheim on its way from Los Angeles to San Diego. SDP40F 511 can easily pull this four-car train ... (more)
The southbound Inter-American passes Lenox Tower.
An eastbound San Diegan was rounding the 15 mph curve at Redondo Jct heading for San Diego. This is the site of the tragic crash of a pair of Santa Fe RDC cars in JAN 1956.
Trailing a variety of classic equipment including two domes, a pair of Amtrak SDP40Fs storm through Auburn, WA, with train 11, the southbound Coast Starlight, just beginning its long trek from Sea... (more)
Amtrak EMD SDP40F 502 and 501.