4 for 4- Clawing its way up the last of the steep eastbound climb over Glorieta Pass, P42DC #4 leads Train #4 eastbound out of the Santa Fe valley.
Still sporting almost all original equipment, the Super Chief climbs its way through the Sangre Di Cristo Mountains and towards the summit of Glorieta Pass. The Super Chief name was retained after... (more)
The Grand Canyon in the siding at Glorietta. A Roger Puta photograph.
Still Santa Fe’s elegant flagship and one of the last of the great passenger trains in February, 1969, the Super Chief, Train 18, slows for a meet with a unit coal train just south of Glorieta, Ne... (more)
Attempting a long exposure shot, seen here, Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief #3 lights up an otherwise pitch black night as it travels through Canyoncito, NM. Running approximately 5 hours behin... (more)
Amtrak No. 3, the Southwest Chief, is climbing Glorieta Pass at Glorieta, New Mexico, on May 20, 1999. Apparently some power issues further east on the trip has required the assistance of a Burlin... (more)
Amtrak #3 the westbound Southwest Chief decends the west slope of Glorieta Pass near Canoncito, NM on September 24, 1992 behind P32BWH's 508 and 518.