After meeting an eastbound BNSF mixed freight at Leyden Siding, the westbound California Zephyr passes the area know as Barbara’s Gulch or Chemical for the spur that was rail served.
A semi tardy Amtrak 30, the eastbound Capitol Limited, makes its why out of the steel city, Pittsburgh PA.
Amtrak’s westbound California Zephyr departs from its station stop at Fraser, Colorado, as an engineman aboard Amtrak P42DC No. 193 waves to the crew of Amtrak’s Winter Park Express tied down in t... (more)
An engineman aboard Amtrak P42DC No. 193 leading Amtrak’s westbound California Zephyr gives a hearty wave to the crew of Amtrak’s Winter Park Express (out of view on right) during a Colorado snows... (more)
Amtrak is getting ready for the next day's ski train by repositioning a passenger car. They will back under the Park Avenue flyover and then take the wye and eventually back into Denver's Union S... (more)
Amtrak shuffles a car for the following day's Ski Train, and runs past a MAC waiting in the BNSF engine servicing facility.
The day is starting off overcast, but the clouds are thin enough to the east to provide for a spectacular sunrise. The Winter Park Express is west of Leyden, approaching a clear signal at MP 14.5.... (more)
Having completed the full 180-degree turn that is the Gold Tree Horseshoe Curve, AMTK 193 and 510 slug the northbound Coast Starlight upgrade into Chorro on a hot afternoon on the Central Coast.
Nine hours late, the Coast Starlight makes its station stop at Emeryville.
The Coast Starlight got caught by the eclipse traffic jam. It waited in Chemult, Oregon for seven hours due to a late thruway bus stuck in traffic. In this image, the train is arriving at Emeryvil... (more)
The Empire Builder speeds towards Red Wing passing through the Vermillion siding south of Hastings.
The Empire Builder rolls through the West Seventh neighborhood in St. Paul along the Merriam Park subdivision a handful of hours late.
Amtrak #6 has just exited tunnel 1 and descends the 2 percent grade into Coal Creek Canyon and will soon negotiate the Big 10 curve.
On a beautiful Spring morning, The California Zephyr, No. 6, charges westbound up the east slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the Summit at Norden,