Interesting Up Front … And on the Rear!
Accelerating out of Fullerton as it heads to Los Angeles from Chicago, is Amtrak 3, the westbound Southwest Chief. This s... (more)
The westbound California Zephyr passes through a Winter Wonderland in the midst of the area known as the Tunnel District. This is on UP's Moffat Tunnel Subdivision, located about 26 miles west of ... (more)
AMTK 519 leads Hiawatha train #339 out of Chicago passing under the signal bridge at Green Street.
A P42DC, P40DC and Dash 8 lead the northbound Silver Star over the Buckingham Branch diamond at Doswell.
Amtrak 89 passes HN Cabin with a single P42 for power.
AMTK 519 pushes Hiawatha train #338 by Tower A5 as it rolls out its final miles to Chicago Union Station.
The vantage point on the top of the hill next to Tunnel #1 provides a view of the California Zephyr as it runs through Coal Creek Canyon, Colorado.
Amtrak engine #135 (P42DC) whips up the snow pulling the California Zephyr through Leyden, Colorado as it leaves the Denver Area for the Moffat Tunnel Sub.
The California Zephyr exits the first of 30 tunnels as it heads into the Colorado Rockies during a heavy snow storm.
Amtrak's "Midnight Blue" P42DC heads north to Albany with an Empire Service train.
Amtrak 161, the Phase I heritage unit, leads the Southwest Chief West past the Main Street depot in Downers Grove.
Amtrak’s City of New Orleans passes the caboose of a southbound Illinois Central train north of Peotone, Illinois, at 8:28 a.m. on May 9, 1992.
Heavy snow and freezing fog greet the California Zephyr as it gets ready to enter the east portal of the Moffat Tunnel at Tolland, Colorado.
The California Zephyr whips up the snow as it heads towards the east portal of the Moffat Tunnel at Tolland, Colorado.
It was a magical morning on the Moffat as freezing frost and snow flock the entire valley, providing a winter wonderland for the passengers and crew on the California Zephyr as it heads into the C... (more)