Climbing Raton Pass, the eastbound Southwest Chief passes beneath a pair of Santa Fe searchlight cantilever bridges on its way to the summit.
Santa Fe Sentinels- If not for the modern Amtrak train and the pandrol clips securing the main, this scene might as well be straight out of the days when A-B-B-A sets of Warbonnet F7's and ... (more)
4 for 4- Clawing its way up the last of the steep eastbound climb over Glorieta Pass, P42DC #4 leads Train #4 eastbound out of the Santa Fe valley.
Sunset for the Southwest Chief- With the evening sky darkening, the last Superliner of the eastbound Southwest Chief streaks by the only wig-wag crossing signal in service on a Class I Rail... (more)
Moments away from knocking down a semaphore signal displaying a Proceed indication, Amtrak's Southwest Chief makes its way through Bernal, NM.
The Southwest Chief passing the majestic towering red rock Mesa at Mesita, NM.
The Southwest Chief near passes scenic Devil's Throne outside of Los Cerrillos, NM on a perfect day.
The Southwest Chief has quite the consist, including the Veterans P42, a brand new Amtrak Midwest Charger headed to the test facility in Pueblo, plus an additional P42 and two Horizon coaches on t... (more)
Coming to a stop at the new Station the old one is still down town.
The Southwest Chief trots along through the countryside west of Albuquerque.
The Southwest Chief passes some classic rock formations before entering the very small community of Los Cerrillos.
The Southwest Chief heads over the bridge at Rosario with a the Veterans unit... trailing. Why couldn't the 42 be leading?
The Southwest Chief soars through the beautifully rugged quintessential American southwest landscape of New Mexico.
Low winter light fills a timeless scene at Wagon Mound, New Mexico, as Amtrak's Southwest Chief races across the desert towards Chicago — an entirely different world away from the Land of Enchantm... (more)
Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief No. 4 catches the last rays of a smoke-diffused sunset as it barrels across rural Colorado enroute to La Junta, Colo., from Raton, N.M. Wildfires in Color... (more)