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  1. Grinding It Out

    Grinding It Out

  2. Trinidad Loop

    Trinidad Loop

  3. Giving a Shove

    Giving a Shove

    The DPUs roll by as the head end power grinds up the grade on the Quincy side of the Trinidad Loop
  4. Trinidad Stacks

    Trinidad Stacks

    Two BNSF Dash-9's sandwich a visiting CSX AC4400CW as they grind uphill from the Columbia River towards the Trinidad Loop.
  5. Descending Raton Pass

    Descending Raton Pass

    Amtrak Southwest Chief No. 3 finishes its descent of Raton Pass and approaches the north side of Raton, N.M.
  6. Burning up the hill

    Burning up the hill

    EB BNSF vehicle train pulls out of the tunnel at Trinidad loop.
  7. BNSF #795 East at Trinidad, Washington

    BNSF #795 East at Trinidad, Washington

    This is of BNSF #795 east leading a e/b stack train from Tacoma/Seattle area toward points east. He made good time up from Albus siding where he met a w/b Vehicle train (V-LPCPTL) and a w/b stack at Trinidad siding (S-CHCSEA). This spot is about 1/3 to 1/2 mile RR east of the east switch of...
  8. Curving Around the Rocks

    Curving Around the Rocks

    A BNSF Dash-9 travels around the curves preceding the Trinidad Loop.
  9. BNSF 9638 SD70MAC Trinidad CO

    BNSF 9638 SD70MAC Trinidad CO

    BNSF 9638 end power on a north bound freight just north of Trinidad CO with a threatening storm in the background. Submitted by David Thorn
  10. Raton Descent

    Raton Descent

    Amtrak's Southwest Chief rolls through Raton Pass, New Mexico, after an April snow. Shot from I-25 with 70-200MM zoom lens. Slide film.
  11. Snowy Raton Pass

    Snowy Raton Pass

    Southwest Chief ascents Raton Pass, leaving Colorado. Shot with 28MM lens, Velvia 50.




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