The Southwest Chief comes off the wye headed for the yard.
A Winnebago in the old livery, amid thick clouds of EMD exhaust.
A Winnebago in the new livery.
The Pere Marquette prepares for departure with an Amtrak Midwest Charger.
The California Zephyr makes its way through Glenwood Canyon on the descent into Glenwood Springs.
The California Zephyr makes its way along the Colorado River among red rock mountains.
The 112 has yet to get the latest Metra livery, while the F40M a few tracks over shows off what this unit has to look forward to.
There's nothing quite like watching trains from another train!
The Illinois Zephyr pulls out of Chicago Union Station. The White Star Strobes flashed only for a few seconds before the engineer turned them off. I was glad to capture them, as this sight had d... (more)
A rebuilt Metra F40 heads out of Chicago near Lumber Street.
Budd Diner 8505 was built in 1957 for the Northern Pacific and is one of the younger Heritage Diners. It's also a rare catch to see one these days.
New Viewliner II Diner "Jackson" rests in the Chicago yard. All of these new Diners are named for state capitals east of the Mississippi.
Chicago Union Station at night. Last time I took a photo from this angle, the bus station was a vacant lot. Nothing stays the same forever, so take a picture when you have the chance. Even if it s... (more)
A splash of color (other than black and white) on an NS unit is always a welcome sight.
Amtrak's TSAVe got a refreshed livery that is a mix of MOW Yellow and Phase VI.