Extra 463 crosses Cascade Trestle on a cool, clear morning in the mountains with a mixed freight headed east.
Mudhen 463 emerges from aptly named Rock Tunnel into the heart of the Toltec Gorge on a clear autumn evening.
Little train. Big rock. The volcanic spires and pedestal rocks towering over the train are what gave Phantom Curve its name when early engineers that ran trains at night said the shadows cast by ... (more)
Extra 463 continues its climb up the 1.42 percent grade underneath the towering volcanic spires at Phantom Curve.
Extra 463 climbs the mesa in between southern Colorado and northern New Mexico with Stock Extra 315 following in the distance.
Extra 463 crosses over Hangman's Trestle on a crystal clear day to end September.
Extra 463 is clinging to the cliffside as it descends toward the Toltec Gorge not long after leaving Osier.
Extra 315 takes a stock train to Alamosa while following the Rio de Los Pinos in the valley of the same name.
Extra 315 doubleheads into Chama with a freight from Durango on a fall morning.
Extra 315's lead engine has just taken water at the double spouted tank in Chama, while 488 approaches on the engine house lead to take on water itself before hooking up to its passenger train.
Three SD80MAC's are struggling hauling coal up the west slope as they approach the Route 53 bridge elephant style.
A general merchandise freight heads up the hill past MG Tower as some MoW workers check the signals.
The morning Pennsylvanian rounds the famous Horseshoe Curve on its way to Altoona on an early March morning.
The morning Pennsylvanian is eastbound over the bridge outside of Summerhill on the West Slope.
Dozens of trains crossing the diamonds daily means maintaining them every month. And maintaining them means welding them up and grinding them down, as seen here.