Amtrak’s westbound California Zephyr approaches Tunnel 1 east of Plainview, Colorado, on the bright and snow morning of January 6, 1998.
Amtrak's Empire Builder crosses the Java Creek Trestle in Glacier National Park during heavy snowfall.
The California Zephyr crew of Amtrak 73 takes a stroll to throw a switch so it can go around a freight that has stalled in the Denver Yard.
Westbound California Zephyr rolls through downtown Burlington, Iowa.
Amtrak California Zephyr rolls out of Galesburg.
Amtrak Crescent train 20 arriving at Charlottesville.
Amtrak 73 leading train 92 is getting ready to fly under the ACL signal cantilever, one of the last in Florida. Train 92 is also passing by the old Lakeland Amtrak station, built in ACL days, it w... (more)
Late in the day, Amtrak No. 4 slows at Wagon Mound to run through the siding. Sitting on the main behind the photographer is a BNSF Z train.
The westbound Southwest Chief squeezes through a rock cut in the secluded area northeast of Watrous, New Mexico known as Valmora.
The "Crescent" heading through the Virginia Piedmont at sunset, on the way to Culpeper and points south.
The eastbound Capitol Limited passes Brunswick, Maryland, a day after the biggest snowstorm of the season.
The Empire Builder overtakes the third in a line of four eastbounds parked on main 1 between Becker and MP 66.
After crossing over at MP 66, America's train flies down main one at Clear Lake past a dead loaded crude oil train on main two.
The morning's Coast Starlight is shoved along the LA River on its way to Los Angeles Union Station.