A thunderstorm brews overhead as Amtrak’s Southwest Chief glides past an active semaphore signal. Highlighted is one of many operational signals that currently reside alongside the Glorieta & Rato... (more)
Three Amtrak paint schemes in one photo. Amtrak Lake Shore Limited passes a retired Amtrak coach at the Lake Shore Railway Museum.
With the normal "Cabbage" unit used on this route gone to Chicago for inspecting, Amtrak's phase three heritage F40 NPCU was put in until the usual returns. Here the southbound train is ... (more)
From the fireman side, an engineer waves to the camera from the cab of his Phase IV locomotive as Amtrak's Southwest Chief prepares to knock down a semaphore signal located in Chapelle, NM.
Amtrak's eastbound Capital Limited drifts downgrade through Philson as it heads for it's next stop in Cumberland, MD.
Amtrak EMD F59PHI No. 456 leads a southbound Pacific Surfliner through Encinitas on its way to San Diego from Los Angeles.
Running a few minutes ahead of schedule, Amtrak's westbound Cardinal No. 51 blows through St. Albans at dusk.
Northbound Heartland Flyer
The westbound Southwest Chief running late as usual passes through Victorville between Frost and Thorn on a warm morning in the high desert.
The stage is set. A slightly battered P42 sits quietly on track 13 at Los Angeles Union Station. In just a few hours, it will depart for New Orleans on the Sunset Limited.
On August 20, 1997, Amtrak's Eastbound Empire Builder is traversing Marias Pass in Montana near West Bison at 1800 hrs with Amtrak P42s 57 and 82 leading P40 833.
The southbound "Crescent" on-time and making time, as it passes Midland, Virginia
On third shift at Sunnyside yard, this AEM-7 sits on the pit taking a breather before heading out again to wrack up some miles.
Four P42s power today's Southwest Chief. This power is due to the large amount of mail cars on the rear of the train which was not uncommon in this time period.
Southbound Texas Eagle about to leave Corsicana. The city and Amtrak talked for some time about building a shelter or station here, however that never happened. In 1995 the Texas Eagle ceased to r... (more)