Amtrak 4 rushes through the prairies of New Mexico on its way towards Raton on a stormy afternoon. The famous “Wagon Mound” can be seen in the distance.
Amtrak 4 slows down due to signal issues during a thunderstorm. The famed “Wagon Mound” can be seen among the dark clouds and distant thunderheads.
Amtrak 4, the eastbound Southwest Chief, has just knocked down the semaphore signals in Levy, NM on its way towards Raton, NM. A thunderstorm popped up and it started to rain very heavily just as... (more)
Amtrak engine #74 (P42DC) leads the Southwest Chief through the crossover track at Gallinas, New Mexico.
The Southwest Chief runs through cattle land south of Springer, New Mexico, pulling a Surfliner car at the end of the train.
Amtrak engine #74 (P42DC) leads the Southwest Chief over the bridge in Springer, New Mexico.
The Southwest Chief 4 train is late as it splits the semaphore signals at Wagon Mound, New Mexico.
Amtrak engine 74 (P42DC) runs under the cantilever signals south of Trinidad, Colorado.
The Soutwest Chief runs towards Trinidad, Colorado and is about to pass beneath a cantilevered signal.
The setting sun's lasty minutes of light catches the Southwest Chief as it heads towards Raton, New Mexico
The California Zephyr runs through Wiggins, Colorado just as the sunrise casts an orange glow.
The California Zephyr runs past Barr Lake in Brighton, Colorado at sunrise as it heads Denver.
The #5 California Zephyr is running about 50 minutes late at Fort Morgan, Colorado, which makes perfect timing for a sunrise shot in Wiggins, Colorado.
Dawn is breaking as the California Zephyr kicks up the snow while running at track speed through Hudson, Colorado.
A winter wonderland was on display as the California Zephyr ran through Plainview, Colorado on its way to the Moffat Tunnel.