View from the Hamline Avenue bridge has Amtrak's eastbound Empire Builder running over 3 hours late.
From the trackside headquarters of the 4th Annual Fall colors campout, we've been monitoring the events leading up to this scene for a couple of hours. After a west bound freight passed our locati... (more)
Amtrak's #8 Empire Builder has the Frisco Cimarron River Pullman on the rear of the train today.
Amtrak's eastbound 'Empire Builder' crosses the former Great Northern trestle at Goatlick, between Essex and the top of Marias Pass, Montana.
A 4 hour late Empire Builder cruises through the BNSF Northtown yard.
One of the last original Great Northern signals stands guard over the Empire Builder at Shelby Montana
A three hour late Empire Builder rounds a curve coming into Elk River stirring up the fresh snowfall from overnight.
East of Duke, the Empire Builder slows for Red Wing. The smell of brake shoe smoke and pancakes with bacon as it went by was an added treat to a perfect shooting day.
Fresh mountain snow contrasts with fall colors as the eastbound Empire Builder moves up the west slope of Marias Pass.
Nice friendly wave from the engineer as the eastbound Builder scoots down the east slope of Marias Pass.
The Builder through Newport with Amtrak heritage unit #184 trailing.
The Empire Builder on Short Line Hill with trailing heritage engine #184 with the phase IV paint scheme.
Amtrak #8 coming off the St Paul sub about 90 minutes late with Amtrak heritage engine #184 trailing. Too bad it wasn't in the lead.
UP light power waits as a couple hours late #8 comes down short line hill.