Amtrak #185, looking a little naked without its nose logo, is on the point of tonight's eastbound Southwest Chief train #4 at Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal.
Bringing up the rear of today's eastbound Southwest Chief (Train #4) is an Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe passenger car, labeled #56.
The 203 pushes what was todays Southwest Chief thru the wash rack.
Southwest Chief waits to set off on its journey to Chicago.
AMTK 168 leads the Southwest Chief into the Fullerton Amrak Station as storm clouds break revealing the last bit of day light.
The Southwest Chief slides by us towards Summit. In the far right of the photo where the lights bounce are where the Silverwood connecter from the UP joins up with the BNSF.
The eastbound Southwest Chief streaks past a crossing gate just outside of Sandwich. Between the Amtraks and a maintenance crew, the dispatcher had quite a day trying to move freight trains over t... (more)
The conductor of the Southwest Chief keeps a watchful eye out for the baggage cart which just came in to the picture at the end of a 94 second exposure.
Amtrak passengers aboard The Southwest Chief enjoy indian country in scenic western New Mexico.
The conductor of the eastbound Southwest Chief(currently stopped at Naperville Station) looks for the signals from the conductors near the rear of the station. Once he has received the signal, he ... (more)
The Southwest Chief leaves town heading east.
The eastbound Chief makes its stop in Winslow.