C&T K36 #487 and sister #489 team up on a morning departure from Chama, NM, passing Jukes Tree 9/26/18. At Cumbres Pass, the #487 will be set off and utilized on a ballast train.
Cumbres & Toltec K-27 463 leads a train full of passengers on a beautiful summer day.
A unique piece of Colorado history, the "Galloping Goose", came into being due to the struggles of the Rio Grande Southern, a narrow gauge line which went from Ridgway, Colorado to Duran... (more)
The C&TS putting on a show as they steadily climb into the mountains of southwestern Colorado with the 10am train out of Chama.
K36 487 rolls past Dalton. The hard work for 487 is pretty much over as the train descend towards Chama, New Mexico.
489 works hard climbing the 4% grade to Cumbres Pass.
K-36 Mikado 489 leads the daily train up the 4% grade to Cumbres Pass, three miles outside of Chama, NM.
CTS 487 and 489 lead the first train of the season towards Cumbres Pass.
Opening day on the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic.
On a crisp winter morning, K-36 number 489 pulls the annual Christmas Train out of Chama on the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad
Train 216 whistles for the Highway 17 grade crossing, now just a couple miles from the Colorado State Line, and still gaining elevation.
Locomotive: CTS 484
Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad #484 carefully descends the 4% grade of Cumbres Pass with a full tourist train. The hills in the background are illuminated with the golden yellows of fall in th... (more)
A doubleheaded tourist train led by Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad K36 #487 storms past Jukes Tree shortly after leaving Chama, NM.
Drifting through the S-Curve. With the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad's 2016 Narrow Gauge Rendezvous Event drawing down, all of the equipment is headed down the 4% grade toward Chama. W... (more)
Meet me at Toltec. The crew of a Denver and Rio Grande Freight observe the passage of a fast passenger train, as they sit in the hole at colorful Toltec Siding. Of course, the freight is a... (more)