All four active engines on the C&TS gather around the double-spout water tank in Chama Yard. A FarRail/Lerro Productions night photo session.
The sun has dropped behind the mountains of northern New Mexico as DRGW 488 returns to Chama. A FarRail/Lerro Productions photo charter.
The Antonito to Chama westbound stretches out along the bank of the Rio de los Piños just east of Los Pinos. A FarRail/Lerro Productions photo charter.
The conductor and brakeman prepare for the 4% grade down to Chama while stopped at Cumbres Pass.
No, this is why it's called Tanglefoot. Four levels of tracks can be seen from this angle of the curve as the westbound freight complete with mid-train helper enters the horseshoe cu... (more)
The Rio de los Piños flows in the foreground while DRGW 487 sails over Cascade Trestle above its namesake creek. A Lerro Productions photo charter.
DRGW 488 blasts out of Rock Tunnel with a westbound train bound for Chama. A Lerro Productions photo charter.
The Southwest Chief knocks down the signal at MP 791.2 in Bernal at approx. 6200 ft. where it will continue its climb towards Glorietta at 7550 ft.
Amidst some stunning fall foliage, the Southwest Chief splits the blades at the east end of Watrous siding with the "Cimarron River" bringing up the rear.
The westbound Southwest Chief cruises through the six semaphores protecting the siding and main at the ghost town of Colmor.
A morning westbound out of Chama passes Lava Tank as the sun rises above the distant mountains to the east.
KCS 4768 has its empty rock train up to track speed as they approach the detector at MP 666.7 in the middle of cotton fields south of New Deal.
BRW 60 prepares to move under her own power for the first time in over 10 years as a strong thunderstorm moves into the area.
The NS OCS heads west past the signals and farms of Horningford.
The day is almost over as #90 leads the last train back towards Strasburg passing the farms around "Carpenters."