P42 112 is looking pretty clean, and is a good example of the full Phase V livery including the red sill stripe across the nose, and Amtrak Blue number board with white frutiger numbers.
The Texas Eagle and a Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis train are neck and neck at the station.
The Missouri River Runner is on the left, and a Lincoln Service train is on the right at St. Louis. The iconic painted facade of the Sheraton hotel to dress it up to look more ornate than it is c... (more)
KCS moves some freight with a pair of switchers.
The southbound Texas Eagle heads toward St. Louis as it passes through East St. Louis, Illinois during a colorful sunset. The silhouette of the P42 and iconic Gateway Arch were framed perfectly.
Former Amtrak #738, still in Washington Terminal heritage colors (just like the day it left Amtrak), seen working as a switcher at the original St. Louis terminal. A portion of original platform ... (more)
The Texas Eagle is silhouetted against the Gateway Arch on a dramatic summer evening.