D&RGW Consolidation 315, built in 1895, has lived a storied life. It sits this beautiful morning in Chama, NM, after its 2007 restoration returned it to useful service.
A tripleheader of narrow gauge mikes pounds past the photoline.
C&TS 484 arrives in Chama passing the water tower before stopping to unload passengers.
The Antonito to Chama train, lead by C&TS 484, coasts through the S-Curve at Dalton making it's way into Chama.
484 rolls into New Mexico leaving Colorado in the shadows (literally) on its way down to Chama.
489 works hard climbing the 4% grade to Cumbres Pass.
Climbing the 4% grade, 489 snakes through The Narrows with the Antonito bound train.
489 passes Juke's Tree working the start of the 4% grade to Cumbres Pass.
463, one of only two surviving D&RGW K-27 class "Mudhens" simmers at the Chama shops in the morning sun after working the day before.
Passengers board at Chama as 489 is fired up ready to make the trip to Antonito, CO.
Cumbres and Toltec Engine 489 Rolling through the New Mexico wilderness
Cumbres and Toltec Engine 489 Rolling through the New Mexico woods
Rio Grande K 37 #497 leads a freight out of Chama, past Jukes Tree. The headlight of helper #484 is visible through the Rio Chama bridge.