Cumbres & Toltec Baldwin K-36 No, 489 with the train from Antonito Colorado to Chama New Mexico.
A lot of cars in Georgetown: The tourist train is sold out and crosses the Devils Gate High Bridge near the station Georgetown on the way to Silver Plume.
Steam train from Chama to Antonito is waiting for departure. On the right side you see the big attraction of the steam trains: the open freight car 'Cumbres Vista' for the passengers in the train ... (more)
Steam train from Chama to Antonito arrives at the station Osier.
Rio Grande Southern #20 (4-6-0) passes Santa's workshop at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden.
The Colorado Railroad Museum's Denver & Rio Grande Western #318 (a Baldwin 2-8-0 built in 1896) has been moved to the track adjacent to the roundhouse.
DRGW 491, a 2-8-2 locomotive built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1902, runs past the functional water tower at the Colorado Railroad Museum.
Rio Grande Southern #20 (4-6-0) heads towards the depot at the Colorado Railroad Museum where it will lash up with vintage passenger cars for the museum's Polar Express train.
Rio Grande Southern #20 (4-6-0) leaves the roundhouse at the Colorado Railroad Museum. She will lead that day's Polar Express train, which will run passengers around the museum grounds in Golden,... (more)
D&S 482 is leading the daily train to Silverton as it enters back into the City of Durango
The Colorado Railroad Museum's Denver Leadville and Gunneson #191 is 142 years old, having been built in 1880 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia, PA.
In what could be a scene from the 1930's, the Colorado Railroad Museum's DRGW 491 (built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1902) runs past the Rio Grande water tower on the museum grounds in Golden, ... (more)
The Colorado Railroad Museum's UP 4455 is a Lima Locomotive Works 0-6-0 that was built in 1920.
Unfortunately for those familiar with CW McCall's song "The Silverton Train," the Animas River Gorge only finds itself 230-ish feet from rail to river, as opposed to the 400-feet McCall ... (more)
D&RGW K27 #463, dressed up as RGS 455, departing Antonito, CO 9/26/21.