AMTK P42DCs 22 and 175 lead the eastbound Ski Train out of the Moffat Tunnel's east portal.
Amtrak #22 gets ready to lead the Colorado Ski Train through the Moffat Tunnel as it heads back to Denver after spending a day at the Winter Park Ski Resort.
Amtrak's Colorado Ski Train pulls into the Winter Park station, which is directly adjacent to the Winter Park Ski Resort.
A symbolic image as the new Siemens Challenger SC-44 faces off against the aging GE P42DC Genesis engines. A changing of the guard is coming for the California Zephyr.
A heavy layer of haze blanketed the Front Range and a bright sunrise silhouetted the Denver skyline behind this morning's Amtrak Colorado Ski Train. AMTK 22 (P42DC) lead the train today.
The only thing to remind one this afternoon that its fall is a cool breeze blowing down the coast as Amtrak's appropriately named Coast Starlight skirts the Pacific Ocean while passing thro... (more)
The inbound California Zephyr engineer from Lincoln gets off the train at Ottumwa while the outbound waits. The train swaps engineers only here at Ottumwa in south central Iowa. This train will ta... (more)
A two hour late Amtrak #4 'The Southwest Chief' passes by the ATSF signals at 'Jansen' at dusk nearing its next station stop at Trinidad,CO.
Amtrak #4 'The Southwest Chief' hustles past the blades at Colmor on a stormy afternoon in the desert.
Amtrak #4 snakes its way out of the siding at Glorieta,NM after having just met #3.
Amtrak #4 'The Southwest Chief' rounds the curve past the semaphores protecting West Chapelle while afternoon storms build in the New Mexico sky.
About to enter Little Gore Canyon is Amtrak No. 5, the westbound California Zephyr, cruising west of Azure, Colorado, along the Colorado River on August 20, 2014.
After deboarding at the end of the line, I say hello to the locomotive that has been leading me across the country for the past 55 or so hours.
Featured here we see the meeting of Amtrak's Southwest Chiefs. From the cab of Amtrak's westbound #3, the engineer looks on as its eastbound counterpart streaks past.
A thunderstorm brews overhead as Amtrak’s Southwest Chief glides past an active semaphore signal. Highlighted is one of many operational signals that currently reside alongside the Glorieta & Rato... (more)