Thunderstorms build in the background as Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief races through the intermediate Semaphore Signals by Colmor siding.
Amtrak's Southwest Chief gets rolling after a stop. Number 3 met its counter part train here at CP Bishop.
Seen here, Amtrak's Southwest Chief quickly traverses the southern plains of Colorado as it closes in on its next stop of Trinidad, CO.
The westbound Southwest Chief running late as usual passes through Victorville between Frost and Thorn on a warm morning in the high desert.
Probably one of the coolest Amtraks I have ever seen, BNSF 1731 leads Amtrak #3 down Cajon Pass
Having just endured over an hour of 10mph running due to a current slow order, Amtrak's Southwest Chief wastes no time resuming its 79mph allotted trackspeed as it makes its way past the Madrid cu... (more)
Amtrak #3 heads down Cajon Pass in the early morning running the usual 2+ hours late.
BNSF SD40-2 1731 leads a 6 hour late westbound Amtrak Southwest Chief through Oro Grande on a very hot morning.
Running just over six hours late, Amtrak's Southwest Chief, #3, rounds the shaded curves of Kingman Canyon with a EMD SD40-2 leading, BNSF 1731. Formerly ATSF 5163, this 37 year old locomotive get... (more)
Amtrak #4 glides through the greenery that northern New Mexico has to offer as the summer season kicks into full swing.
Running over sixteen hour late, Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief, train #3, makes a daylight appearance through the northern Arizona region on the first day of May 2017. The delay was due to a n... (more)
Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief skirts along the New Mexico high desert at sunset after a brief delay near Mesita. The train will trek across western Mew Mexico and much of Arizona under... (more)
Featured here, we see Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief as it speeds past the semaphores signals located in Wagon Mound, NM, knocking down one in the process.
It’s a beautifully warm but windy mid-Spring afternoon, and here we get a glimpse of an exceptionally long Southwest Chief as it skirts beneath the "Devil's Throne" in Cerrillos, NM. Fea... (more)
The eastbound Southwest Chief glides into a curve at 90MPH.