San Luis and Rio Grande 2-6-0 No. 1744 has arrived in Alamosa, Colorado, with the La Veta passenger train on August 12, 2007. Surrounding the locomotive are some of SL&RG’s diesel fleet. Former LM... (more)
San Luis & Rio Grande FP10 #1100 leads an eastbound passenger special out of Alamosa on a frigid January morning en route to La Veta.
The San Luis & Rio Grande Monte Vista job works a local customer in downtown Monte Vista on a crystal clear day in the San Luis Valley of southern Colorado.
Leading a passenger extra east out of Alamosa, San Luis & Rio Grande FP10 No. 1100 catches the morning sun as it marches east on the SLRG main toward La Veta Pass.
With a heavy coat of ice fog on the shrubs in the foreground and the thermometer reading -6 degrees (f) the day dawns in Alamosa and finds a pair of San Luis & Rio Grande painted SD9043MACs idling... (more)
Flying through the San Luis Valley: The crew on San Luis and Rio Grande 2-6-0 No. 1744 has an on time arrival of the afternoon passenger run in mind as the train cruises westbound between Blanca a... (more)
Storming out of Alamosa, Colorado, a San Luis and Rio Grande train heads east at sunrise on September 20, 2007. The photo freight is led by former Southern Pacific 2-6-0 No. 1744.
Climbing out of Alamosa, Colorado, in the expansive San Luis Valley, a San Luis and Rio Grande eastbound pulled by 2-6-0 No. 1744, heads into a golden sunrise on September 20, 2007. The train will... (more)
Rio Grande flanger 062 finds itself parked in the Alamosa Yard, waiting patiently for the opportunity to clear trackage of a heavy snowfall.
Some Assembly Required Looking a little worse for wear, the SLRG 8542 is seen missing a few components as it sits on RIP tracks east of the depot with the remains of a fellow steam engine ... (more)
Early on a cold winter morning two engines are serviced before hauling another long train over 10,000 foot Cumbres pass to Chama. Two more engines, a flanger, and a spreader will run ahead from A... (more)
#18 is clearing the yard limits & letting off some steam for SLRG's very first steam-powered Winter Wonderland Express train.
#18 wakes up on a cold, chilly Colorado morning for SLRG's very first steam-powered Winter Wonderland Express train.
#18 blasts off from the depot for SLRG's very first steam-powered Winter Wonderland Express train.
SLRG No 18 breaks out of the east portal of upper tunnel headed towards Fir (La Veta Pass) with the photographers special.