It's a beautifully crisp winter's afternoon and running as advertised, Amtrak's Southwest Chief splits the blades as it continues its westward journey through Northern New Mexico.
Splitting the blades, featured here Amtrak's Southwest Chief #4 traverses underneath an illuminated sky as it prepares to knock down the last pair of intermediate semaphore signals that it'll enco... (more)
It's a crisp mid-December afternoon as Amtrak's Southwest Chief #3 makes its way off of Glorieta Pass and into Canyoncito, NM.
Here we see the result of some mechanical issues from earlier in the day. Featured here, BNSF #7969 leads Amtrak's Southwest Chief through Canyoncito, NM on a chilly early-Autumn afternoon.
It's a chilly early-Autumn afternoon in Northern New Mexico, and breaking through the crisp air, we see Amtrak's Southwest Chief as it splits an intermediate set of semaphore signals near Chapelle... (more)
Fall is in the air as Amtrak's Southwest Chief #4 makes its way through Chapelle, NM, knocking down an active semaphore signal in the process.
Seen here, Amtrak's Southwest Chief splits a pair of intermediate semaphore signals located near Chapelle, NM as a thunderstorm brews overhead.
Featured here, we capture a glimpse of what is a daily occurrence. Running as advertised, Amtrak's Southwest Chief makes it's way past the last remaining operational Wig-Wag Signal on BNSF's natio... (more)
Having just met its eastbound counterpart, Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief slowly proceeds past an active semaphore signal as it makes its way back onto the mainline.
Highlighted here, we see a close up view of the last remaining operational Wig-Wag signal on BNSF's system. Located in Delhi, CO this signal continues to withstand the test of time, as it sees onl... (more)
Running as advertised, Amtrak's Southwest Chief #3 makes its way underneath a Cantilever signal moments prior to ascending Raton Pass.
Having reached the summit of Glorieta Pass, running as advertised, Amtrak's Southwest Chief makes it's way out of Glorieta, NM on a beautifully stormy summer afternoon.
Living his dream, Assistant Conductor Trujillo waves to the camera as his train, Amtrak's Southwest Chief slowly pulls away from the station platform in Lamy, NM.
Seen here, the now retired Santa Fe Southern locomotive faces off against the head end of Amtrak's Southwest Chief as it idles alongside the station platform in Lamy, NM.
Timing is everything, as illustrated here. Featured here, we see a glimpse of what is certainly a one-time occurrence. Moments before knocking down an active semaphore signal, NMRX #101 leads an “... (more)