Our D&RGW #315 special has reached Lava Tank, atop the first mesa SW of Antonito. Unfortunately, the tank has been out of service for many years, so our thirsty non-superheated locomotive will ne... (more)
D&RGW #485 is backing its train into the remains of the snowshed which covers the tail of the wye atop Cumbres Pass, the high point of the C&TS at 10,015'. Of course, the real #485 was irreparabl... (more)
On a beautiful fall morning, D&RGW #487 crosses the 175' trestle over the Rio de los Pinos at mile marker 324.5 with a stock train headed for Osier. We'll load cattle there.
From a 2... (more)
We had great snow for the 2005 Durango & Silverton Winter Photographer's special. Almost too much in places. Fortunately the D&S crews have done a great job packing snow down at runby locations ... (more)
At the end of a long day of shooting on a Lerro Productions two day event on the C&TS, we set up for a star shot. With 2-8-2 #489 (today lettered for the ... (more)
It's midday and after loading cattle at the Osier stock pens, our train is headed timetable west towards Cumbres Pass, here shown crossing the spectacular trestle at Cascade Creek. From a Lerro P... (more)
It's autumn in the Rocky Mountains, and the annual fall stock rush is in full swing on the D&RGW. Of course, these days the "stock" consists of tourists coming to look at fall colors in the high ... (more)
A special train from Wolsztyn to Kębłowo hauling by steam locomotive Pt47-65, crossing the bridge over the north channel of Obra river, approaching to the final station.
489 passes the Cresco water tower as it makes its way up the 4% grade up Cumbres Pass.
Cumbres & Toltec K-36 No. 487 sits with Rotary OY and water car No. 0472 beneath the coaling tower at Chama, New Mexico, on the night of February 29, 2020. Built by Baldwin in 1925 for the Rio Gra... (more)
Southern 4501 and 630 double-head a photo freight just outside of the Missionary Ridge Tunnel in Chattanooga, TN. This was part of a Lerro Productions photo charter.
463 prepares to move Rotary OY to Antonito for restoration.
Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad 489 arrives in Chama after traversing the 64 miles between Antonito, Colorado and Chama, New Mexico.