VIA 6405's nose is lit up during a brief period of sunshine as VIA 35 makes it station stop at Dorval.
Grand Canyon Railway's 239 leads the Thanksgiving Day train into the Grand Canyon Village.
VIA 35 makes its station stop at Dorval.
Another addition of Amtrak 6, the Zephyr climbs Spanish Fork Canyon, early in the morning. Amtrak 335 and 322 are today's power.
VIA 22 has six LRC cars bookended by F40's as it heads east through Pointe-Claire. This train no longer runs, as one Ottawa-Quebec City round trip has since been cut.
VIA 35 with VIA 6409 leading is leaving Dorval Station after making its station stop.
When a train of private cars stopped at Burlington Northern's yard in Klamath Falls, Oregon during Labor Day weekend 1995, it was an event. The Amtrak special was the second of two trains from Lo... (more)
JPBX 906 leads a Southbound Caltrain into San Mateo Station. The Depot on the left was originally built in 1867 by the San Francisco and San Jose Railroad and acquired by the Southern Pacific Rail... (more)
A new overpass. The rebuilding of the Turcot interchange and nearby roads and highway on and off-ramps is just about complete (part of the interchange is visible in the background) and that... (more)
Running on the south track on Cajon Pass, the westbound Desert Wind is two hours into its journey from Los Angeles to Salt Lake City/Chicago.
Tom Golden photo.
As the last light is about the fade, the Grand Canyon Railway train is seen coming into the yard at Williams after a return trip from the South Rim.