CRRX 402 and SD9 CRRX 5305 snake the Royal Gorge tourist train west along the Arkansas River below the high suspension bridge.
Royal Gorge Route F7(A) CRRX 402, running alongside the Arkansas River
Royal Gorge Route F7(A) CRRX 402, running alongside the Arkansas River, as seen from the Royal Gorge suspension bridge
Royal Gorge F7 No. 402 is out of service and on display in front of the old Santa Fe depot in Canon City.
A Royal Gorge Route Railroad (then, Canon City and Royal Gorge) passenger train pauses near Hanging Bridge west of Gorge siding in the depths of Royal Gorge, west of Canon City, Colorado, on May 1... (more)
This was the second F7A unit that was sidelined for unknown reasons. This engine was usually placed on the opposite end of the train from the other F7A unit (CRRX 403). Not sure if it was runnin... (more)
Cañon City and Royal Gorge F7s sit stored in the yard just east of the former Rio Grande depot. As of the date of this photo, the preferred power on CC&RG tourist trains is their former Virginia ... (more)
An eastbound Canon City and Royal Gorge passenger train passes the site of Gorge siding west of Canon City, Colorado, on May 14, 1999. This route through the Royal Gorge is on the scenic former Ri... (more)
A Royal Gorge Route Railroad (then, Canon City and Royal Gorge) passenger train curves through the depths of Royal Gorge, west of Canon City, Colorado, on May 14, 1999. One of the world's highest ... (more)
An interior view of the Canon City and Royal Gorge Railroad's restored "Gen. William J. Palmer" Dining Car, named after the late, Civil War-era industrialist. General William Jackson Palmer and Dr... (more)
Exiting the gorge on the eastbound return trip to Canon City. This late-season train was well patronized and made for an impressive site snaking through the gorge in a (not quite uniform) pseudo ... (more)
After another safe trip through the Royal Gorge, this winter train poses for photographs in front of the Santa Fe Depot which can be seen in the background on a cold and bright December day.
After another adventure through the Gorge, passengers begin to depart while others take the opportunity to get photos of this fancy looking F-Unit.
With an empty hopper train out of the way, the Royal Gorge train makes its way back to the Climate Capital of Colorado, but first will pass underneath the world's tallest suspension bridge.
After a short stop to allow passengers to get their shot of the world's highest suspension bridge, the Royal Gorge train heads back to Canon City for another round of visitors.