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  1. Glorieta division scenic

    Glorieta division scenic

    Westbound Amtrak Southwest Chief No. 3 rounds a curve on the Glorieta division near Rowe, N.M.
  2. New Mexico New Year

    New Mexico New Year

    With just seconds of sunlight remaining on the last day of 1994, the eastbound Southwest Chief climbs the grade up from the Pecos River at Blanchard, NM.
  3. 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.
  4. Around Glorieta Curve

    Around Glorieta Curve

    The Southwest Chief rounds a curve at Rowe, N.M., between Las Vegas and Albuquerque. Shot with Provia 100F slide film.
  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. Amtrak at Glorieta

    Amtrak at Glorieta

    The eastbound Southwest Chief rolls through the canyons and grades near Glorieta, N.M., north of Lamy, N.M. On the BNSF- former Atchinson, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, Sept. 2, 2003, with 200 speed film, 35MM.





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