Amtrak’s Southbound "The City Of New Orleans" Train #59 passes through Wakeland, MS., with AMTK ALC-42 #307 on the point
Amtrak’s Southbound "The City Of New Orleans" Train #59 passes through Glendora, MS., with AMTK ALC-42 #307 on the point
Amtrak’s Northbound "The City Of New Orleans" Train #58 passes through Egypt, MS., with AMTK ALC-42 #307 on the point
I know Amtrak isn't a really importance to many, but the P42 era is starting to come to an end as chargers come online. I try to make an effort to shoot Amtrak trains when possible. Here we have t... (more)
The City of New Orleans shoves under the St. Charles Airline, nearing the end of its trip to CUS.
The Pepsi can schemed P42 shoves the City of New Orleans over the Pennsy lift bridge, shortly after crossing 21st Street. The train is completing the last leg of the journey to Chicago Union Stati... (more)
On the first day of March, Amtrak's Pepsi can livery P42 leads the City of New Orleans past 16th Street Tower on its journey to Chicago Union Station.
Amtrak's City of New Orleans tail hoses past the Chicago locomotive facility and into Union Station, arriving 28 minutes early from New Orleans.
Its a beautiful morning to take flight and see the northbound Amtrak City of New Orleans doing every bit of 79 MPH through Chebanse on its way to Chicago Union Station.
On the maiden voyage of Webb Rail LLC - WEBX 801045 (former Northern Pacific dome/coach 549) after its restoration it is seen on Amtrak Train 58 (City Of New Orleans) on Saturday, October 5, 2019.... (more)
The northbound City of New Orleans passes through the Manchac Pass Drawbridge in Louisiana, with heritage unit AMTK 156 leading. Manchac Pass connects Lake Maurepas to Lake Pontchartrain.
IC GP38-2 9602 leads Amtrak's City of New Orleans north through Champaign nine hours late, being the victim of locomotive troubles earlier in its trip.
Amtrak's two Phase III heritage units lead the City of New Orleans into Champaign, with President Joe Boardman's five cars for his farewell tour of the Amtrak system tacked onto the rear.
This is one of my favorite spots called Jones Loop. The last time I railfanned with Mr. Jim Cooper was at this spot, so I would like to dedicate this shot to him. I know his family misses him on... (more)
The City of New Orleans cuts through the yard on a busy morning in Central Mississippi.