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  1. Yard Limit

    Pacific Sands and Tioga Pass Depart Albuquerque, NM

    http://www.yardlimitproductions.com LARail.com runs charters behind Amtrak trains. Featured here are two of their cars that passed through Albuquerque, New Mexico on May 15, 2018. PACIFIC SANDS was delivered to the Union Pacific Railroad in April of 1950. Part of a total of 50 Pacific Series...
  2. Yard Limit

    Siemens SC-44 Chargers in Albuquerque

    https://youtu.be/qyJWzAd9kBc The Siemens SC-44 Charger is a diesel-electric passenger locomotive designed and manufactured by Siemens Mobility for the North American market. The first production unit was unveiled on March 26, 2016. The SC-44 Charger locomotive is powered by a 4,400 hp...
  3. Through Beautiful Shoemaker Canyon

    Through Beautiful Shoemaker Canyon

    The Southwest Chief rolls past another scenic cliff in Shoemaker Canyon.
  4. Through Scenic Glorieta Sub

    Through Scenic Glorieta Sub

    Southwest Chief passes some rock formations near Los Cerrillos, N.M., between Albuquerque and Lamy, N.M.
  5. Through Scenic Canyon

    Through Scenic Canyon

    Westbound Southwest Chief rolls through Glorieta Pass, approaching Apache Canyon, south of Las Vegas, N.M., en route to Albuquerque. Shot with 100 speed Provia slide film with 50mm lens.
  6. Through Glorieta Pass

    Through Glorieta Pass

    Westbound Southwest Chief rolls through Glorieta Pass, approaching Apache Canyon, south of Las Vegas, N.M., en route to Albuquerque. Shot with 100 speed Provia slide film with 50mm lens.
  7. Out of the Red Canyon

    Out of the Red Canyon

    Southwest Chief exits a red canyon, approaching the Marmon rock side at the Mesita Indian village. Mesita is a half hour's drive west of Albuquerque. Shot 12/03 with Sensia 100 slide film from I-40 overlook with 80-200MM zoom lens.
  8. Sunset at the Starvation Peak Siding

    Sunset at the Starvation Peak Siding

    The eastbound No. 4, the Southwest Chief, negotiates through semaphores at the east end of the Chapelle, N.M., siding, between Las Vegas, N.M., and Albuquerque, N.M. Shot Dec. 3, 2003, with 80-200MM zoom lens, 100 speed slide film.



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