C&TS #487 arrives at Chama, NM with the daily passenger train from Antonito, CO on a perfect October afternoon in 2004.
CTSR 15 and Mikado 487 sit forlornly in the suspension of service. CTSR was leased in 2013 from Oahu Railway & Land Co.
C&TS #484 passes the double spout water tank in the Chama yard as it approaches the yard throat. The morning train to Antonito Colorado is on its way. Next stop for passengers - Osier, Colorado.
Rotary OY rests under the coal tipple in Chama after a long day of clearing the line. The fan at the front as just spun down after a test spin.
Rotary OY poses by the coaling tower for a night photo shoot thanks to the Cumbres & Toltec Railroad and Peter Lerro Productions.
Night Rotary: Rotary OY simmers away in the Chama yard as it waits for its time to charge up Cumbres Pass. This scene was part of a special photo charter put on by the Cumbres and Toltec Sc... (more)
Couplers between two Rio Grande gons show wear, chipping paint and the indelible link between all cars that make a train as seen in Chama Yard in New Mexico in July 1981. Even though these coupler... (more)
Heading West thru the Chama yard to turn on the wye.
Ready to leave Chama.
Rio Grande 483 performs some switching in Chama the night before leading the 'final freight' up Cumbres Pass.
Veteran Cumbres and Toltec Railroader Ray Martinez calls helper locomotive 489 back to a joint with road locomotive 487 in preparation for the daily train's journey up Cumbres
Resting briefly in Chama Yard, K-36 #484 sits beside a D&RGW long reefer- a classic Rio Grande narrow gauge scene.
Slowly trotting back into the yard at Chama, K-36 #484 passes the wooden coaling tower with the Fireman School train.
Predawn in Chama yard as the crews prepare for a tripleheaded freight to head over the pass.