San Luis & Rio Grande 227 looks a little tired as it leans on a track at the UP's North Yard in Denver. Originally built in 1976 for Amtrak, this F40PH now works for the SLRG in Alamosa, Colorado... (more)
A pair of former Amtrak F40PH engines (SLRG 227 was built in 1976 and SLRG 459 was built in 1977) now operate for the San Luis & Rio Grande Railroad. They stopped overnight in the UP's North Yard... (more)
Originally Amtrak. It looks good but I'm not sure when or if it is used. Due to the steep grades and slow speeds it would seem to be a good "horsepower stretcher" but thus far in two t... (more)
SLRG 227 leads a local from Lubbock through the home of the railroad's headquarters, Wolfforth, with the WTLC's two newest additions, LTEX 2551 and 2570 (ex-BNSF GP35us), in tow.
Northbound mixed local, with passengers & freight.
SLRG operates "mixed" trains during the week to transport passengers to/from the Cumbres & Toltec as well as carloads for local industries. Facinating operation.