Having just made its way over Glorieta Pass, Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief #4 travels past E. Glorieta on an absolutely beautiful pre-spring afternoon.
Seen here, Amtrak's Los Angeles bound Southwest Chief #3 makes its daily appearance as it pulls up alongside the station platform in Lamy, NM. Decorated in the phase IV paint scheme, this train fe... (more)
The Southwest Chief has just completed its journey through the frostbitten Raton Pass and is now moments away from its stop in Raton, New Mexico.
With 15+ inches of snow on the ground, dashing through nearly white-out conditions, Amtrak's Southwest Chief #4 passes by an active pair of semaphore signals in Chapelle, NM. Decorated in the Phas... (more)
February 14, 2015. Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief #4 negotiates the twists and turns of scenic Glorieta Pass, on an unusually warm winter's night. Running approximately 5 hours and 30 minutes ... (more)
The Southwest Chief of February 10 blasts out of the wintry haze of the everything east of Albuquerque today (the 11th) and leaves behind the snowy Sandia Mountains at the site of the abandoned st... (more)
February 11, 2015. Moments from reaching its next station stop of Lamy, NM, Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief #3 enters into Lamy, NM on a cold and cloudy winter afternoon. Decorated in the Phase... (more)
October 2, 2014. Roughly midway through its cross-country journey, Amtrak’s westbound Southwest Chief #3 makes an appearance just outside of Galisteo, NM on warm and sunny early October afternoon.
February 7, 2015. On an absolutely beautiful mid winter afternoon, Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief #3 negotiates the twists and turns of scenic Glorieta Pass.
Amtrak's Southwest Chief passes the semaphores at Colmor on its westbound journey. With recent efforts to replace the semaphores around Watrous proceeding and a question looming regarding Amtrak ... (more)
Amtrak's Southwest Chief crosses the vast expanse of southeastern Colorado on its way toward famous Raton Pass.
Amtrak train No. 3, the Southwest Chief, raises its own snowstorm flying through Robinson, New Mexico, on a cold January 28, 2000.
After 6 cars of BNSF Train H DENKCK1 08 went on the ground early this morning in Hutchison, KS, Amtrak 3 and 4 were forced by the derailment and damage to track and signal apparatuses to detour vi... (more)
On the right is Amtrak Train #3, the Southwest Chief, and on the left is what was Amtrak Train #313, and will become 314 in the morning.
Engineer Doug Busler inherited a late Southwest Chief, and BNSF train Z-LACWSP8-20U (Los Angeles CA to Willow Springs, IL) holds at Frost (just south of Victorville) for the meet so as not ... (more)