Westbound Empire Builder on the Gassman Coulee Trestle in the morning sun. The bridge is near Minot ND and is 1792 ft long.
The westbound Empire Builder, running three hours late, races through the scenic Missouri River Valley to the southwest of Williston.
The westbound Empire Builder rolls past the lush fields on the western end of the Devils Lake Subdivision on its way to an extended servicing stop about 18 miles away in Minot.
After a brief stop at the station, a 12-hour late Empire Builder leaves Grand Forks southbound in a hurry.
A rare daylight appearance by the Empire Builder in Grand Forks, it's seen here steaming south headed for Fargo about 9 and a half hours late.
Southbound Heartland Flyer south of Ardmore, OK blasting its way at track speed toward Ft. Worth, TX--scanned from print(Nikon F3T camera, Ektar 100 film)
Heartland Flyer coursing its way through the beautiful Arbuckles, along the Washita River on a crisp autumn day
Amtrak crosses the Platt River as it departs the Omaha area, connecting to the Creston Subdivison as it heads east into Iowa.
Eastbound Amtrak with 84 at the point and 49 at its back heads into the Omaha station on a wonderful summer morning.
Amtrak coming out of Argentine yard headed for Union Station
The southbound Heartland Flyer leaving the Norman depot.
It is a cold morning in Oklahoma City, and F40PH 374 reflects brilliantly the morning sun as the daily departure time of the Heartland Flyer for Fort Worth draws near.
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