The Royal Gorge Railroad's GP40 takes the tail end duty as the morning passenger train heads into the canyons west of Canyon City, Colorado. For the return trip back 3104 will lead the way.
Here is the Royal Gorge Railroad's #403 (F7A) waiting for passengers to board so that it may lead the train through the incredible scenic canyons just west of Canyon City, Colorado.
There is something special about seeing #403 on point. Here we see her leading the Royal Gorge Train earlier this spring.
Passengers taking the Royal Gorge Railroad are in for a treat as the train maneuvers through the steep canyon walls and runs next to a fast flowing river often full of white water rafters.
The Royal Gorge Railroad's GP40 leads the passenger train through some amazing scenery as it runs through the steep canyon walls
Royal Gorge's CRRX 3104 (GP40) leads the passenger train through the narrow canyons west of Canyon City, Colorado.
The morning's first light catches the Royal Gorge Railroad's CRRX 3104 (GP40) anchoring the east end of the passenger train as it waits in the Canyon City station for passengers to arrive.
The Royal Gorge Railroad's GP40 leads a long train through the Royal Gorge Canyon, which runs right along side the Arkansas River and between granite cliffs that rise nearly 1,000 feet strait up. ... (more)
The Royal George Railroad's beautifully maintained F7A and B units lead the train past the roaring rapids of the Arkansas River in Canyon City, Colorado.
From the Royal Gorge bridge looking down on the Royal Gorge train you get to see how close the tracks parallel the river. You can also see in this shot one of the open top passenger cars which ena... (more)
The steel members seen in this photo are part of an engineering marvel known as the “Hanging Bridge”. Built in 1878 the engineers found a way to hang a section of bridge 90% over the Arkansas Riv... (more)