CC&V Porter No. 3 steams upgrade out of Poverty Gulch, not far from the place where gold was first discovered at Cripple Creek.
Storms are rolling into Cripple Creek as Porter No. 3 heads towards town. No. 3 has been in service on the CC&V since 1967; it was acquired from the Mexican mining company Cia. Metalurgica Mexica... (more)
Former Cia Agricola de Guatamala 2-6-0 now restored as a Denver, South Park & Pacific Mogul at South Park City, Fairplay, Colorado.
For decades this former Cia Agricola de Guatamala 2-6-0 (built by Porter in Pittsburgh, Penn.) hauled Chiquita bananas for the United Fruit Company in Guatamala. In the 1960s it was brought back ... (more)
Climax No. 3 pauses in the woods to siphon water.
Climax No. 3 rolls through the field at Nottingham, between Cass and Hevener Station.
Climax No. 3 performs a photo runby for photographers during Cass Railfan Weekend 2015
Climax No. 3 brings her train to a stop near Durbin for water. There's not water tank on the line; water is drawn from the creek, the same as was done during the logging days.
West Side Shay No. 9 is steaming up at Silver Plume before beginning a very busy day of trips.
Rio Grande 346 steams towards the loading platform with an early afternoon run at Golden, Colo.
Rio Grande 318 is exhibited at the Colorado Railroad Museum, looking for all the world like a dry match, some good coal, and a boiler full of water would bring it back to life again. It ran - bri... (more)
D&RGW 346 passes Colorado Central 40 during a trip around the loop at Golden.
D&RGW 346 pauses at No Agua Tank at the start of the day.
D&RGW 346 backs past West Side Lumber Company Shay 12 on the loop track at the Colorado Railroad Museum
D&RGW 346 speeds around the loop at the Colorado Railroad Museum with an afternoon passenger train