AMTK 300 made it onto the Capitol Limited to continue eastward. Hello Railfan posted a video of it near Meyersdale, Pennsylvania.
WV trains appears to be one of many that caught it at Shenandoah Junction, West Virginia.
Amtrak itself has post a video about the 300's journey to the Northeast Corridor.
And to add one track-side video from today, here's Thunderbolt1996 Productions' shot of the train going through Pacific Junction, Iowa.
I took some photos of 300 during #6(12)'s stop at Ottumwa, Iowa.
On this last picture, you can see the model designation of ALC-42 on the left, but on the card on the right directly below the Siemens logo it says, "Siemens Charger SC-44".
Two more videos from AMTK 300's second day of traveling on the California Zephyr. This one by Quinton Murdock is from Palisade, Colorado.
Ryan Vince posted a drone video of the train descending the grade west of Denver.
Two videos of AMTK 300 leaving California on Amtrak #6(12) from yesterday. One by John's Junction Railroad Videos shows the Zephyr stopping at Martinez, California.
This one from Adam Ghimenti shows the train at its stop at Davis, California.
The two P42s that were on this train, AMTK 58 and 73, are the third and fourth units on Amtrak #6(18) due to arrive in Chicago later today (May 20). Here are a couple videos of this eastbound California Zephyr where some big gashes in 73's right side can be seen.
Video by Adam Ghimenti at...
Yes, that is the former Rock Island Spine Line.
Yes, the Chicago & North Western owned that line as well.
For anyone interested in the heritage of a railroad line in Iowa, the Iowa Department of Transportation has a good map for that. Just click on a line to see a list of former owners.
The eastbound California Zephyr that left Emeryville on May 4 hit a "pull behind work trailer" near Clifton, Colorado midday today (May 5): State Patrol: Troopers investigating train vs trailer crash. No injuries reported.
Yesterday, Nashville Steam's shop took a hard hit from a severe storm. This is where the group has been restoring Nashville, Chattanooga, & St. Louis Railway 576 to operation. Nobody was hurt, but they are asking for donations to recover: March Storm Damages Nashville Steam Shop – NASHVILLE STEAM.
Since the longer version hasn't been stated here yet:
The Milwaukee Road line to Kansas City became part of the Soo Line, which then became Canadian Pacific. Then it became I&M Rail Link. Then it became Iowa, Chicago, & Eastern. Then it became Dakota, Minnesota, & Eastern. Then it became CP...
I think I have a couple to add for the California Zephyr.
Denver to Omaha on the Union Pacific. I believe I've seen that that's been used a few times.
The other one I have I've only heard of once: Ottumwa to Galesburg via what now the Canadian Pacific to Kansas City and then the regular...
Video taken today by YouTube user Nicholas Smith shows AMTK 46 with new 50th anniversary decals departing Thurmond, West Virginia on Amtrak #50.
Another video by William Watson shows the train departing Manassas, Virginia.
Another special move of new Siemens cars passed through Iowa today (Monday). The numbers on the cars were small, but it looked like the five coaches were IDTX (if that's the reporting mark they're using) 4014, 4015, 4016, 4017, and 4018.