Aug 28, 2021
I'll go first!
Amtrak #11, the Coast Starlight, SB at Centralia, Wa yesterday...
Is that actually Centralia, as your original caption notes? Or Chehalis, where the museum depot is located?
Amtrak 7 arriving in Minot, with heritage unit 184 leading (for a change!):
Manteno IL - March 2014
Zephyr at Denver's Union Station
Riding along the Colorado River (between Kremming and Dotsero)
July 1978 at Princeton Jct., NJ, a G races toward New York City. In the bottom shot, that's Nassau Tower at the right.
A few years ago, Number 8 is at the west switch of Belton, Montana. Station stop just around the corner.
Dang it, I'm always getting these two mixed up-your right!!
Those are some absolutely cool shots!
Chicago Union Station July 2021
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Here's an oldie, from 2008, east of Shelby, MT with eastbound train 8.
The only thing I see wrong these days is they need to get away from the modern "wave" paint schemes and get back to the straight line schemes railroads had for many years which convey a sense of sleekness and speed much better than these goofy "creations".
I'd like something like this, only with the Statue of Liberty on the nose instead of the Minute Man. Different colors possibly.
Sunset Limited in Tucson, Arizona in 1974.
Not quite ready to head up the Builder, No. 9 was mighty useful muscling cars around at Amtrak's Beech Grove, IN shops. She's a former U.S. Air Force GE 65-Tonner. [04-18-1987]
They keep her pretty clean!
This critter was working the Los Angeles terminal in June of 2000.
One of the Amtrak units died at Glorieta Pass in New Mexico so a freight locomotive was added in Albuquerque to take the train on into Los Angeles. July 2014. Photographer unknown. Wasn't me because I was on the train.
Oh well, orange and blue are almost complimentary.