Mother Nature is reminding us that there are many sides to her moods. Bound for NYC, Amtrak Adirondack is kicking up quite a bit of snow as it rolls south toward the border.
going to the barn after a run
A Superliner set of equipment goes through the wash rack
A Superliner set of equipment comes off the BNSF wye on it's way to the wash rack
The last run EVER of the Grand Luxe Express exits the natural bore tunnel in Cordelia, on it's way to Denver. The trainset was bought by Phil Anschultz, the owner of the old Ansco Ski Train.
AMTK 197 leads P089 into Ashland, which is making an unscheduled stop to drop off a passenger. Snow is still around from Sunday's 10 inches of snow. Remnants include icicles on the station and s... (more)
The stark and yet serene beauty of the untouched Green River Desert offers riders of Amtrak's California Zephyr endless rugged vistas while train #6 travels former D&RGW rails eastward to Denver.
The outbound California Zephyr is right ontime out of Chicago this afternoon as it passes Eola Yard in Aurora. M BRCGAL's power can be seen off to the right.
Amtrak had to make accomodations for the derailment of about 5 of Q195's well cars yesterday.
How many different trains can you spot...?
The night of March 6th brought the last measurable snow storm of the season. It was a peaceful scene the next morning as P371, flanked by a row of boxcars on one side and FURX 3041 on the other, m... (more)
A very late California Zephyr Prepares to depart Emeryville on a warm August night.
Amtrak pulling into the station 3 1/2 hours late. The station is now located below street level in the "trench."
Running about four hours late, Amtrak's eastbound California Zephyr is about 15 miles out of Salt Lake City at Riverton, Utah.