As the quickly setting sun disappears below the horizon, the last bit of sunlight can be seen reflecting off of Amtrak's Southwest Chief. Here it idles alongside the station platform in Raton, NM ... (more)
Featuring a photogenic crew, an engineer throws up "Jazz Hands" as his train, Amtrak's Southwest Chief traverses the quaint community of Rowe, NM on this stormy New Years Day.
Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief splits the Santa Fe semaphore signals at Wagon Mound on the afternoon of June 7.
Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief rolls east along the outskirts of Raton, N.M., at a track speed of 79 MPH.
Running as advertised, Amtrak's Veterans unit makes an appearance in New Mexico as it leads Amtrak's Chicago bound Southwest Chief through Apache Canyon on a beautifully crisp winter’s afternoon.
Having reached the summit of Glorieta Pass, seen here Amtrak's Southwest Chief accelerates out of Glorieta, continuing it's eastward journey as it traverses the breathtaking high-desert terrain of... (more)
Late in the day, Amtrak No. 4 slows at Wagon Mound to run through the siding. Sitting on the main behind the photographer is a BNSF Z train.
Amtrak 4, the Southwest Chief flies eastbound on the Marceline Sub at Carrolton, MO.
After inspecting a westbound freight the Flagman on an Amtrak eastbound peers out the rear window of the rear car of his train.
Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief splits a pair of intermediate semaphore signals near Las Vegas, N.M., eastbound on BNSF Railway's main line between Santa Fe, N.M., and Trinidad, Colo.
Splitting the blades, here we see Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief #4 as it proceeds through Chapelle, NM on a beautifully crisp early-September afternoon.
Antique search lights of the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe guide Amtrak's Southwest Chief up the Raton Subdivision through the high plains of northern New Mexico.
The eastbound Southwest Chief has just departed the Raton station and is heading for Raton Pass. It will take the train about an hour to cover the 20 miles between Raton and Trinidad, Colo.
Twisting downhill on the east side of Raton Pass, the Southwest Chief will soon be in Trinidad, Colo. The short climb up and down Raton, while only about 20 miles in length, will take the train an... (more)
The Southwest Chief passes the semaphores at the west end of Colmor, N.M., as it heads east.