Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief No. 4 catches this late summer sunset outside of La Junta, Colo., on its eastward journey across the original Santa Fe mainline toward Dodge City, Kan., a... (more)
Misty Farewell: Nearing the end of life on Amtrak, an F59PHI locomotive leads a southbound Pacific Surfliner train through what remains of the morning coastal marine layer in Del Mar. Soon ... (more)
90214 leads Downeaster service 688 into Freeport, running on time in it's journey south to Boston.
Amtrak Northeast Regional service train 95.
Amtrak 41's bug-splattered nose meets the ancient semaphores still protecting Bernal, a hundred years after they were installed.
The only preserved Metroliner in its original configuration- PRR class MPC85E5, weighing in at 165,094#. Its rear door is also ajar; perhaps to allow air to circulate?
An F59PHI leads southbound train 580 through Rose Canyon on a cool late summer afternoon. Soon, these locomotives will be replaced by SC-44 "Charger" units built by Siemens.
As seen through a window in a covered bridge, the Coast Starlight drifts through Westfir, Oregon and crosses the Willamette River for the first time on its journey to Seattle.
Amtrak Northeast Regional train No. 84 prepares to depart Norfolk, VA with a clear signal through Bridge 5 on the Norfolk Southern Norfolk District.
Late Amtrak train #1 crosses over the Cienega Creek Bridge as the rear end of an EB Z train crosses under the bridge.
Amtrak Acela Express train 2155 rolls into Wilmington, Delaware on track 3 just a few minutes off the advertised behind power car 2005.
Northbound Pacific Surfliner extra train 765 passes by the famed Chatsworth rocks on its way to Santa Barbara. F59PHI 451 leads the charge through Santa Susana Pass.
Chasing the California Zephyr is an endurance test - it doesn't provide many opportunities to leisurely scope out vantage points and get ahead of the train. Climbing quickly to get into position, ... (more)
Dwarfed by its surroundings, Amtrak Train 5, the California Zephyr, works its way west through the confines of Gore Canyon, Colorado.
Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief passes a rock formation known as Devil's Throne near Los Cerillos, New Mexico.