Cumbres & Toltec #487 charges out of Chama leading an Engineer training special.
Dropping down the grade from Cumbres Pass, K-36 No.487 negotiates the horseshoe curve at Los Pinos with the train to Antonito.
In the shadow of its own plume the day's run from Chama fights the grade as it nears the (then) newly reopened Lobato Trestle.
Ready to depart Chama, 488 and train finish boarding the last few people.
DRG&W #487 winds it's way down the grade bound for the station in Chama, NM.
This three engine photo freight is passing the former location of Broad's Spur. #484 is leading #487 in the middle with #488 bringing up the rear. Carlos Llamas is at the throttle of #484. The ... (more)
The first time I ever saw 488, it was hanging from an overhead crane in the Alamosa backshop in August of 1965. No trace of the shop building remains today but 488 was certainly still around on th... (more)
East bound out of Chama, Cumbres and Toltec #487 and 484 lead the way as the train passes famed "Jukes' Tree". It 40 years and one month ago, I photographed these same locomotives, set up just lik... (more)
K-27 No. 463 and K-36 No. 489 storm up to Cresco tank with a charter freight on a glorious fall day.
The 488 has helped a long freight up the hill from Antonito, and now waits to drift down the 4 percent to Chama.