C&TS 488 leaves Chama for the climb over Cumbres Pass.
In October 1992 John Craft ran a series of charters on the C&TS. During the week, while all the engines were hot, CMO John Bush had the brainstorm of lining all the engines up in numerical order ... (more)
The train departs the yard, passing the only narrow gauge spreader built by the Jordan Company.
487 arrives in Chama with its train as the Friends look on by the caboose they are restoring, as the coal tipple stands in the backround.
Speeder waits for Cumbres & Toltec Scenic #488, a former DRG&W K-36 class Mikado to take on water for day's trip to Antonito. The speeder will follow the train on its journey to put out any fires... (more)
Part of morning rituals at Chama is loading the tender with coal, which is done with a backhoe unfortunately.
484 waits as her train is loaded with passengers on the former Rio Grande.
A crewmember cleans out ash from the locomotive's firebox.
Prior to the day's excursion at the Chama station.
An historic icon still stands in the yard at Chama New Mexico.
Flanger OJ sits in the yard at Chama after many years of faithful service.
Morning Rituals in Chama. SouthWestRails.Com