The Southwest Chief passes West Sibley and the soon to be removed Santa Fe Searchlights on the BNSF Marceline Sub. with AMTK 184, the Phase IV 40th Anniversary Locomotive on the point.
Amtrak's Southwest Chief accelerates out of the station in Fullerton, California, on Friday, October 26th, 2012. with just 2239 miles to go, train #4 will arrive in Chicago, Illinois, at 3... (more)
The sun sets behind the newly built parking structure at Fullerton as the eastbound Southwest Chief rounds the curve along with a Metrolink train hidden behind it as they come into the station at ... (more)
Amtrak 4 rolls through Holbrook at track speed not long after dawn.
An eastbound Southwest Chief passes native dwellings near Laguna.
As the Southwest Chief sits in Fullerton station loading passengers, a BNSF freight train passes through on the other track in this lovely evening light.
The eastbound Southwest Chief climbs up Cajon Pass at Silverwood as the full moon lights up the pass on a warm July night.
Seriously, Your Going to Bring that as Carry On? [2012 Solstice Study +2] - The Conductor of the Eastbound Southwest Chief looks over the unusually large pieces of luggage that a pa... (more)
Amtrak "Southwest Chief" Train 4 negotiates a telephone pole-free curve on ex-AT&SF northward near Levy, N.M. on May 29, 2003. Uhh, how many P42's does it take to power this train? Doubtlessl... (more)
It's well after sunset and snow is beginning to fall on the evening of January 28, 2000. Amtrak No. 4, the Southwest Chief, leaves Wagon Mound, New Mexico in a dark cloud of snow. The mesa visible... (more)
Amtrak’s Southwest Chief flies through Darling, Arizona, after crossing over in front of an eastbound Santa Fe freight at the Darling crossovers on April 19, 1990. Soon, once Amtrak gets past anot... (more)
Mt. Taylor still has a little bit of snow left on its top as Amtrak #4 passes Suwanee,NM on this unseasonably warm March morning 3/15/12.
Running over an hour late across the BNSF Topeka Sub. is The Chief with the Phase II engine on the point.
Thinking it might have AMTK 66 on it, I headed up to Atherton. Unfortunately I found out it led 4 the previous morning, and I only wound up with a great lit shot of crappy looking train.