Travel to southern Colorado and northern New Mexico and BNSF's Raton & Glorieta Subdivisions, home to Amtrak trains #3&4, the Southwest Chief. This is a comprehensive look at the former AT&SF line between La Junta, Colorado and Albuquerque, New Mexico andt and the passenger trains that run over it.|
This route is the last place in the United States to see semaphore signals running outside of a railroad museum, and you'll enjoy an in-depth look at them. But there's much more to this route than the semaphores, it's an incredibly rugged and scenic railroad in it's own right, and you'll see all of it.:
See the Chief race across the Great Plains out of La Junta
Watch the Delhi wig-wag in action
See the climb over the 3% grade of Raton Pass
See all three stands of semaphores before the 2020 replacements took some away
See 1960-era searchlight signals, antiques in their own right.
Enjoy the beautiful scenery of Glorieta Pass
See the Chief in Shoemaker and Apache Can
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|Last question. Would you recommend this DVD to others?
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