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.
Snow and fog greet the California Zephyr as it runs through Plainview, Colorado.
Snow and frosty fog greet the California Zephyr as it runs through Plainview, Colorado on the Moffat Tunnel Sub.
The California Zephyr kicks up the snow as it runs through Leyden, Colorado on its way to the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
Climbing eastbound out of Alta and up Casa Loma on the Roseville Subdivision, Amtrak No. 6, the eastbound California Zephyr has two Siemens Chargers in the consist.
The Silver Star flies out of Seville on time. Rumor is that the replacements for the P42's are coming sooner than later.
AMTK 135 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr down the hill into Coal Creek Canyon as it heads to Denver, Colorado.
Amtrak engine #135 (P42DC) runs through Levy, New Mexico leading the Southwest Chief.
A massive thunderhead develops as Amtrak engine 135 (P42DC) pulls into Raton, New Mexico.
The Southwest Chief runs through Gallinas, Colorado as it heads to Raton, New Mexico.
The Southwest Chief passes through Colmar, New Mexico pulling a few extra cars.
The Southwest Chief passes under a cantilever signal at Gallinas, Colorado.
The Southwest Chief runs though one of the old Santa Fe cantilever signals just south of Trinidad, Colorado.
The Southwest Chief pulls into Raton, New Mexico as it runs south on its way to Los Angeles.
A scene only found in the pages of history now...Amtrak 4 splits the intermediate semaphores at Springer, New Mexico on its eastbound journey to Chicago. The 100-year-old signals, which had guided... (more)