C&TS 484 pauses at the summit of Cumbres Pass before heading towards Antonito with the August 2016 Engineer/Fireman school train.
I've been a postcard collector for a long time and this is the closest I've ever come a "postcard perfect" shot! Here's Cumbres & Toltec 487, with train 216 from Chama, nearing the summ... (more)
Goose No. 7 is crossing Highway 17 just outside of Chama as it makes a test run up the hill to Cumbres. This was the first time that No. 7 had operated outside of the Colorado Railroad Museum sin... (more)
After departing Cumbres, 487 is racing a fast-moving storm as it heads through Coxo towards Chama.
C&TS 487 steams into Cumbres with train 215.
C&TS 487, with train 215 from Antonito, has left Los Pinos and is a few minutes out of Cumbres.
No. 484 has a student engineer at the throttle as it thunders upgrade at Dalton.
No. 489, pulling the regular 10:00 AM Train out of Chama, has slowed to a crawl as it passes a flock of sheep grazing in the high country.
No. 484 sounds ten times her size as she moves tonnage upgrade at Cresco, Colorado.
No. 484 has turned on the Cumbres wye and is preparing for the return trip to Chama.
Mountain freight train nearing the Colorado state line as it climbs towards Cumbres Pass.
No. 484 barks upgrade with freight cars at rural Dalton, New Mexico.
No. 484 whistles for the first grade crossing out of Chama with the August 2016 Engineer/Fireman school train.
No. 484 is assigned to the Engineer/Fireman school train on this sunny August morning.
With dignitaries from the Railroad Commission on board, No. 487 has backed its train into the Cumbres snowshed to drop them off for lunch at the new pavilion.