Heavy snow along the Colorado Front Range has delayed the California Zephyr 6 train by nearly 10 hours, which meant running through West Tonville on a snowy morning instead of the middle of the ni... (more)
The California Zephyr 6 train heads east on the Brush Sub through Wiggins, Colorado, running past a large pond created from the numerous rainstorms that have pummeled the area.
The Southwest Chief runs north through the cantilever signals at Gallinas, Colorado.
The Southwest Chief passes under a cantilever signal at Gallinas, Colorado.
The California Zephyr gets by with a little help from their Union Pacific friends. UP 5518 (C45ACCTE) leads the Zephyr with a single P42 and two new Chargers in tow.
The California Zephyr drops into Rocky, Colorado while running west on the Moffat Tunnel Sub.
The California Zephyr runs through Rollinsville, Colorado as it climbs higher on the Moffat Tunnel Sub.
The California Zephyr heads downhill into the sun at Rocky, Colorado as it gets ready to enter Little Ten Curve while running on the Moffat Tunnel Sub.
The California Zephyr runs through the signals at Carr, Colorado on the Greeley Sub after leaving Cheyenne, Wyoming.
The rare diversion was to avoid damaged track from floods in Nebraska.
The California Zephyr runs past a reflecting puddle in Brighton, Colorado as it runs between Cheyenne, Wyoming and Denver due to flooding in Nebraska.
Nebraska Overland Route Detour
Not so rare as Cheyenne east, Amtrak 5 is dodging the beautiful spring shadows from receding fog banks south of Cheyenne, Wyoming at Carr, Colorado. Movi... (more)
The California Zephyr is surrounded by RTD commuter rail catenaries as it backs into Denver's Union Station.
After leaving Trinidad, Colorado, the Southwest Chief runs through some amazing scenery before arriving at Raton, New Mexico.
Westbound 5 climbs the tunnel district at Crescent, CO with 164’s first run with new Heritage Paint.
Amtrak engine 188 (P42DC) leads the Southwest Chief as it heads towards Raton, New Mexico.