A view of the wooden trestle across the Los Pinos river during the first day of the Toltec Rattler Redux event. While the weather is slowly improving, clouds from the storm which brought the first... (more)
I Can See For Miles
Looking across the fingers of mesa top from Sublette New Mexico, we're looking towards Big Horn, a station on the former D&RGW San Juan Extension as Cumbres... (more)
Steam train Chama - Antonito arrives in a few minutes at the station Osier.
Steam train from Chama to Antonito arrives at the station Osier.
The Toltec Rattler Redux at Windy Point - worth the whole trip in one photo. To mark the 50th anniversary of their first photo charter, the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic RR ran 2 photo freights on Oct... (more)
That 70's Show: Redux
Meanwhile, we've trucked on down the other side of 'The Great Divide' while still remaining in the time-warp to 1972, we find the newly created 'Cumbres a... (more)
On a brilliant autumn afternoon, C&TS #484 backs its freight onto the wye at Bighorn. After turning, our Toltec Rattler Redux special will continue on westbound for the return trip to Chama.
More from the recent Toltec Rattler Redux charter on the C&TS... as we continued down out of the high country, we gradually moved out of snowy territory. As our freight approached Bighorn siding a... (more)
More from the Toltec Rattler Redux on the Cumbres & Toltec. What luck to have the event happen the day after a snowstorm which left the high country with a nice dusting. This allowed me to get a... (more)
Cumbres & Toltec 484 navigates a curve nearby the historic stock pens in Chama, NM.
Cumbres & Toltec 484 struggles to hold onto the wet rails as she slips upgrade at Stateline Curve.
Cumbres & Toltec 484 powers up the 4% grade through Colorado's ruthless summer thunderstorms.
Windy Point looms in the background as Cumbres & Toltec 484 passes Perry's Pond.
Cumbres & Toltec 484 leads Train 215 down the 4% at a spot known as the "S" Curve.
"Coxo Crossing" - Cumbres and Toltec 484 works up toward Cumbres at a popular location for photographers, the Highway 17 Crossing at Coxo.