A Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad passenger train climbs the 4-percent grade of Cumbres Pass past the watertank at Cresco, Colorado, on August 28, 2004.
Hammerin' uphill at Hamilton's Point. D&RGW Locomotive #484 leads a 2-engine, 17-car, Cumbres Turn around the contours of the west side of Wolf Creek Canyon, just past the rocky outcroppin... (more)
Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad #484 thunders uphill over the trestle and past the watertank at Cresco, Colorado. The train has just entered Colorado, the first of 17 border crossing this train... (more)
Water for a thirsty horse. A Denver & Rio Grande Western K-36 brings her freight to a halt at Cresco Tank, approximately 4 miles and 900 vertical feet below Cumbres Pass. In days of old, t... (more)
Rio Grande Southern Galloping Goose No. 5 passes the water tank at Cresco, Colorado on Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad’s 4-percent climb of Cumbres Pass on May 25, 1999. This “motor” as RGS ori... (more)
Steamscape - Hamilton's Point. A Cumbres Turn hammers up the 4% grade at Hamilton's Point on a chilly morning in September. This location is believed to have been named for L.C.Hamilton, a... (more)
DRG&W #487 arrives at the Cresco water tank deep in the woods looking to top off before terminating the run in Chama.
The 315 pulls up to Cresco tank to take on water. Looks like one railfan just quite didn't make it in time.
No smoke, coasting down hill to Charma in the afternoon.
Chama Steam VIII crossing the bridge at Cresco
The 315 has just taken on water at Cresco tank and is headed for Cumbres. There they will add a few more gondolas to the train.
A regular passenger train climbs the 4% grade past Cresco tank.
Former D&RGW K-36 #487 charges up the 4% grade up Cumbres Pass with a short 6 car train. K-36 #484 will take this train back to Chama later today.
A double headed passenger takes the train to Cumbres Pass where the helper will be taken off and returned to Chama. Here the train runs past Cresco tank.
Climbing upgrade passing the Cresco Water Tank.