Amtrak #4 running 2 hours behind schedule roars through Darling AZ after a winter storm
Running about 2 hours behind schedule, Amtrak train number two leans into a superelevated curve just outside of Tuscon, Arizona.
Amtrak 43 leads the EB Sunset limited through Luzena only running 2 hours late...
Amtrak 2 glides down the 2% grade into Benson, AZ
Amtrak 156 leads AMT 2 through Cienega Creek
In my May trip out to Arizona I wanted to hit up the Lordsburg stuff since it had some different style signals on it east of Tuscon. The Lordsburg Sub is part of the Sunset Route that runs from Tu... (more)
Amtrak pops up out the deep Sag at West Winslow as a BNSF Q climbs up out of the next sag in the distance.
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)
You always need red, white and blue on the Fourth of July. On America's 212th birthday, the Southwest Chief is flying low at Canyon Diablo, between Flagstaff and Winslow.
One of the greatest rare mileage excursions Amtrak ever ran was the Parker Peavine Extra. In three days it traveled from LA to Flagstaff on the Transcon, Flagstaff to Phoenix on the Peavine via As... (more)
The night before I went out to photograph trains, my plan was just to go to Winslow and grab a photo of Amtrak #4. Well, I got word of the Apache Railway running, so I drove the extra 30 miles to ... (more)
Run about twelve hours late, Amtrak's Southwest Chief #3 makes a rare daylight appearance in Kingman Canyon on a very windy March morning.
As a century plant blooms on a sandy ledge, Amtrak No. 2 hustles past through the broken country near Cienega.
After suffering major mechanical issues over Raton Pass, Amtrak's Southwest Chief #3 makes are rare daylight run over Arizona as it rounds the curve at Valentine.
Amtrak's eastbound Sunset Limited races across the Lordsburg Sub. Note the westbound freight in the background.