Amtrak's eastbound California Zephyr skims along the desert floor at the foot of Utah's Book Cliffs.
Looking more like Mars than Earth, the eastbound California Zephyr skirts the Book Cliffs in eastern Utah. This is likely one of the most difficult spots I've ever shot. Railroad: AmtrakLocomotive: GE P42DCLocation: Floy, Utah, USALocomotive #: AMTK 94Train ID: AMTK 6Photo Date: September 19, 2008
A two unit set gets wyed under Canal St.
A late running Southwest Chief hustles east past a waiting stack train.
Amtrak train 3 heads south on the Shoemaker siding after meeting BNSF's Officer Special train here.
Westbound California Zephyr is kicking up snow as it heads west on main #2 west of Malden on a very cold December day!!
The "Cardinal" hustling towards its Manassas stop
NS 04T makes its station stop in Altoona.
Hey, why is there a DPU at the end of Texas Eagle 21? I've never seen that before! Just kidding, that's the lead engine of 22 heading North.
Wide angle consist view of the "Coast Starlight".
The s/b Coast Starlight rolling through historic Alviso, just north of downtown San Jose.
Northbound Amtrak. A beautiful day at Duncannon. Camera Nikon Coolpix 5700. 1/458 second exposure, f7.1, Focal Length 8.9, ISO 100.
Two P42DCs sandwich one of the three F40PHs that had been leased to the ill-fated Florida Fun Train.