We're just over 10,000 feet high in elevation here at the top of Cumbres Pass in southwestern Colorado just after a 40 minute snow squall had come through. Below is a Cumbres & Toltec Scenic freig... (more)
Cumbres & Toltec Scenic K-36 #484 climbing into the mountains with a engineers school freight on a chilly October morning.
Greater downtown Lumberton
Service stop at La Jara
Taking water from aa makeshift water tank.
Taking coal at Monero.
Taking coal at the tipple in Chama June 1967.
Climbing into Monero Canyon on the now gone Chama to Durango portion of the railroad. Note the head end brakeman standing outside the dog house on #483.
Live coals fall from the ash pan of K36 #486 into the ash pit while cleaning the fire at the end of the day following a winter photo special.
D&RGW K-27 #453 begins its trek around Tanglefoot Curve on the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad. #453 was renumbered from #463 for this Friends of the Cumbres & Toltec fall photo charter.
D&RGW 2-8-0 #315 rounds the curve at Lava, NM (MP 291) on the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad.
A Friends of the Cumbres and Toltec Fall Photo Charter.
D&RGW 2-8-2 #453 rolls across Hangman's Trestle, as the sun rises over Colorado's San Luis Valley. #453 was renumbered from its usual #463 for this Friends of the Cumbres and Toltec charter.
An HTP 35 car charter freight heads west toward Osier around MP 317. The Friends of the C&TS helped make such a long train happen.
Cumbres & Toltec K-36 #489 brings the passenger train through the small yard at Chama,NM on its way to wye the train.
D&RGW 2-8-2 #453 leads a train around Tanglefoot Curve, as it heads toward the summit at Cumbres. #453 was renumbered from its usual #463 for this Friends of the Cumbres and Toltec charter.