After being out of service since the 1990s, K-27 #476 is undergoing a full restoration in the Durango roundhouse.
Former D&RGW K 27 #464 leads Railfan Special across Butternut Creek Trestle.
CTS 487 and 489 lead the first train of the season towards Cumbres Pass.
Galloping Goose 6 and 346 Steam engine at the Colorado Railroad Museum
The dual gauge trackage creates an interesting array of rails. (Note, photo was taken from a public crossing while the train was stopped.)
The improbable daily train keeping the lengthy segment of storied narrow gauge line from Antonito, CO to Chama, NM in active service comes steadily chuffing up the long valley as if unencumbered b... (more)
346 in yard
An 1896 vintage narrow gauge museum piece looks on as her larger and younger stablemate steams around the CO RR Museum.
K-37 #491 makes laps around the short 1/3 mile museum loop.
D&RGW 315 being turned near the snowshed at Cumbres Summit.
489 Double Header Steam
K-37 #491 makes laps around the short 1/3 mile museum loops while Thomas makes laps on the G scale garden layout.
The westbound San Juan Express heads out of Chama for Durango....actually just the daily C&TS train heading west out of town to the end of modern day track to turn on the wye, but with a full yard... (more)
489 receives some attention from her crew after arriving from Antonito as the passengers de-train.
487 pulls away from the engine house to be readied for her day as helper engine up the hill to Cumbres.