Amtrak #69 peaks around the corner as it exits Tunnel #1. The Denver skyline can be seen in the background under threatening skies, while the sun shines at Plainview, Colorado.
Amtrak #69 is on point as the California Zephyr drops down out of Tunnel #1 at Plainview and heads towards Coal Creek Canyon. It will then take another 45 minutes to get to Denver's downtown Unio... (more)
Amtrak Rohr Turboliner No. 69 on train 261 pops out of the Breakneck Ridge Tunnel on Main 1 north of Cold Spring, New York, on the afternoon of April 11, 1991.
With storm clouds hanging over the tunnels, Amtrak 07T heads west through Gallitzin and toward CP-UN with the standard consists of Amfleet coaches.
EB P030 crosses the Mighty Yough River, in Versailles, PA
The Carolinian departs the newly opened Raleigh Union Station.
Beauty seldom seen! Amtrak train 5 breezes along the Colorado river in ruby canyon. Seen here between switches at Shale. This location is seldom seen due to difficult accessibility. This lo... (more)
After meeting the eastbound California Zephyr at Sulphur Siding, Amtrak's westbound California Zephyr snakes west through Byers Canyon on the UP Moffat Tunnel Subdivision running around 4 hours la... (more)
Due to the weather conditions between Chicago and Denver, the California Zephyr was over 5 hours late arriving at Denver's Union Station. After a brief stay for fuel and passengers, it left Union... (more)
The Missouri River Runner is on the left, and a Lincoln Service train is on the right at St. Louis. The iconic painted facade of the Sheraton hotel to dress it up to look more ornate than it is c... (more)
The outbound Texas Eagle flies through Wilmington doing every bit of 79 MPH as it makes its way down to the Lone Star State.
Amtrak 69 leads the westbound Missouri River Runner into Kirkwood for a stop.
Missouri River Runner train #313 heads south through Kirkwood, MO nearing its station stop up ahead.
The southbound "City of New Orleans" gets overtaken by a CN local. Surprise!?