The California Zephyr runs through Tolland, Colorado at the height of the changing of the aspen to a golden color throughout the valley.
Amtrak #3 'The Southwest Chief' cruises past the ATSF semaphores at ESS Chapelle on BNSF's Raton Subdivision.
The first snowfall of 2021 ravaged Virginia quite hard. Regardless of which (and the coming ice storms which completely shut down traffic), Amtrak along with the other railroads continued to opera... (more)
Amtrak 189 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr through the golden aspens at Tolland, Colorado. This valley leads to the east portal of the Moffat Tunnel and gives crew and passengers some amazing ... (more)
Amtrak 189 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr through the Tolland valley which has its aspens in full color change mode. No doubt a real treat for the crew and passengers on the Zephyr to see th... (more)
Someone at BNSF should be pretty proud they spent some money to get this fancy control point done. Guessing that taxpayers or the utility company (taxpayers again) payed for this setup, sure it wa... (more)
Power for Amtrak’s Winter Park Express ski train is running around their train at Fraser, Colorado, on March 13, 2020. The nexts day’s round trip to Winter Park and Fraser will be the last for the... (more)
Amtrak’s Winter Park Express ski train arrives at Winter Park, Colorado, amid a heavy snow that just moved in on March 13, 2020. In a few moments, the train will be spotted and loaded with passeng... (more)
Amtrak GE P42DC No. 189 displays its “The Heartland Flyer’s Big Game Train” lettering while powering Amtrak’s Winter Park Express ski train at Fraser, Colorado, on March 13, 2020.
In a rare move, a diesel is northbound on a Pacific Surfliner on this gloomy day. Despite the cloud, there are still some die hards out on the beach.
The California Zephyr kicks up the snow as it passes through Plainview, Colorado.
AMTK 189 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr past the Rocky Siding as it heads to Arvada, Colorado.
A winter wonderland greets riders of the California Zephyr as AMTK 189 (P42DC) leads the train around Big Ten Curve, which will drop the train 2% along the 280 degree curve.
One last turn and the California Zephyr will be out of the Colorado Rocky Mountains and heading to Arvada, on its way to Denver's Union Station.
The California Zephyr, lead by Amtrak 189 (P42DC), kicks up the snow as it makes its way out of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. The heavy spring snowstorm will likely be the last one as spring is a... (more)