Looking worse for wear, AMTK 51 has hit a few objects over its miles.
A P42 with accident damage leads the Carolinian out of Cary.
Amtrak engine #51 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr through the Denver Yard, passing an affordable housing development located near the tracks.
It's early morning, as Amtrak number 6 is heading out across the high desert of Utah.
The California Zephyr backs into Denver Union Station between the catenaries that support the RTD commuter rail trains that also serve the station.
The California Zephyr runs through West Tonville at sunrise as it races towards Denver, Colorado.
The California Zephyr still has snow on the nose and caked in the trucks from its journey through the Colorado Rocky Mountains. It was 15 hours late getting out of Denver (due to massive snow and... (more)
Due to heavy snows in California the California Zephyr #6 was over 14 hours late getting into Denver, which afforded the rare opportunity to catch the train running through Tunnel 2 during morning... (more)
The power poles look like soldiers standing at attention in the golden sunrise as a flock of birds escort the California Zephyr out of the Keenesburg Cut on the Brush Sub.
The California Zephyr is holding at Rocky, Colorado. Here you can see Little 10 Curve which is the point at which the trains running up the Moffat Line will begin their climb into the Rocky Mount... (more)
The California Zephyr is frames with Evergreens on top of Blue Mountain, Colorado.
Amtrak engine 51 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr past the signals at West Tonville, Colorado.
Amtrak engine 51 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr through West Tonville as it makes its way to Denver, Colorado on the Brush Sub.
The California Zephyr runs thought the scrub brush east of Keeensburg, Colorado as the sunrise casts a golden hue over the area.
The #5 California Zephyr runs through Keenesburg, Colorado at sunrise on the Brush Sub.