With a wave from the crew on board Amtrak #4, here it meets with it's westbound counterpart Amtrak #3 on an absolutely beautiful summer afternoon.
The Chief rolls through the big city of Rowe.
79. Santa Fe All the Way.
Summer is at its peak as Amtrak's Southwest Chief #4 passes beneath the "Devil's Throne" moments prior to entering into Los Cerrillos, NM.
Here we see Amtrak's Southwest Chief #4 as it makes its way through the small community of Rowe, NM on a viciously windy mid-winter afternoon. Today's train features Amtrak's Veterans unit #42 as ... (more)
Spring is in the air as Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief #4 skirts beneath the "Devil's Throne" moments prior to entering into Cerrillos, NM on an absolutely beautiful March afternoon.
With famous "Starvation Peak" in the background, seen here Amtrak's Southwest Chief passes by a couple of semaphore signals. Located in Chapelle, NM featured are only some of many that r... (more)
As the result of an afternoon storm, a fresh layer of snow blankets the high-desert terrain of Glorieta, NM. Seen here, BNSF #7781 leads Amtrak’s Southwest Chief #4 through the quiet community mom... (more)
Having just completed its daily trek to the summit of Glorieta Pass, Amtrak's Southwest Chief dashes through the snow as it makes its way past the E. Glorieta signals. Amtrak's original Veterans u... (more)
Whipping up the loose snow set down by its westbound counterpart earlier in the day, the eastbound Southwest Chief charges across the plains of northern New Mexico. The nine car train is ab... (more)
Winding by the east end of Glorieta siding, Amtrak's Southwest Chief takes aim at its next stop of Las Vegas, New Mexico beneath a low layer of clouds that has settled within the Pecos Vall... (more)
On a frigid New Years Eve, from atop the Rowe Mesa, we see Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief #4 as it traverses through the small community of Rowe, NM.
As evening approaches, Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief flies past some of the last vestiges of the Route of the Chiefs. These blades, standing here at Wagon Mound, were installed in the 1920s, ... (more)
A late Southwest Chief splits the semaphores at MP 722.1 on the Raton Sub.
Running only minutes off of the advertised, we see Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief #4 as it makes it's way past the E. Glorieta signals on a beautifully crisp mid-Autumn afternoon.