484 & 488 pull the passenger train up grade between Lobato and Cumbres
The lead engine prepares to break away from the train.
#484 takes a train up the 4% grade on its way to Cumbres just before it crosses highway 17.
Engine 484 climbs the 4% grade to Cumbres and is about to pull into the station as it crosses an old wooden trestle.
Whistling for the crossing, the daily train passes the Dalton sign, as well as a flanger sign on the right.
Rounding the curve into Lobato, pouring smoke and headed for Cumbres.
Working hard through the crossing at Coxo is the train with a caboose added for a charter.
A C&TS shop member services former D&RGW K-36 #484 after a hard days work.
One constant about the scenery along the San Juan Extension was and is the fences, showing how large a role cattle played in the railroad. Today, no cattle are riding the train, but it is full of... (more)
One can try to look away from an on-coming steamer, but with a plume like that, they just have to look back. C&TS 484 leads its train out of the Narrows and towards Lobato.
Westbound Cumbres & Toltec Scenic railway coming through the west end of Toltec "Rock" Tunnel. Elevation 10000 ft on a rainy day. The sun broke through just in time as this train came through the ... (more)