The outbound Blue Water departs Chicago and heads towards Port Huron.
The Amtrak Blue Water heads out of town on a brilliant evening.
One of the handful of engines that is equipped with the ITCS cab signals for the Michigan lines sits tied down in Port Huron MI after arriving int town. The train will depart as 365 in the morning... (more)
Amtrak #364, The International Limited, is seen making a stop at the Hammond/Whiting Amtrak station in the summer of 1989. Tom Golden photo.
The Blue Water rolls away from the magnificent Chicago skyline.
Amtrak's Blue Water push-pulled by P42s #37/31 heads out of Chicago, bound for Port Huron, MI, where it will arrive in about 7 hours.
Cab of Amtrak 37.
Amtrak #364 is seen here just east of Amtrak's station in Battle Creek.
Coming from the land of Amshacks (Ohio), I was quite surprised to find the ex-Grand Trunk depot, beautifully restored and still doing what it was intended to do. Here the “Blue Water” departs Lape... (more)
Outbound Michigan service train.
the Cab of 26
Amtrak 35 leads Train 364 out of Union Station towards its destination of Port Huron, Michigan.
On a rather cool late summer evening, Amtrak's eastbound Blue Water rushes past the signals at Hagadorn road, heading into the darkness.
Amtrak 364 makes its nightly stop at East Lansing.
A Six-car Blue Water crosses Harrison road as it resumes its eastbound journey to Port Huron. The gates rising can also be seen here.