K36, 487 is pouring it on as it rolls past the Cresco tank.
#489 rolls downhill from Cumbres Pass on its way to Chama. This was my first trip to the C&T and it was amazing. By far the best historical railroad I've been to yet. It was icing on the cake to b... (more)
Charging up the four percent grade through Cresco, Colorado, is a Rio Grande freight led by 2-8-2 Mikado No. 489. This Rio Grande-lettered freight train is being operated by the Cumbres & Toltec S... (more)
Work Extra 315 approaches Cresco Tank. On this misty, late summer morning, Engineer Jeremy Garcia is using all of his years of experience and skill to keep little 315 on her feet as she cla... (more)
There's a hint of smoke coming from hot brake shoes as No. 484 drops downgrade past the water tower at Cresco.
No. 484 sounds ten times her size as she moves tonnage upgrade at Cresco, Colorado.
Just across the state line, No. 487 thunders past the tank at Cresco on its climb to Cumbres.
A Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad passenger train climbs the 4-percent grade of Cumbres Pass past the watertank at Cresco, Colorado, on August 28, 2004.
Hammerin' uphill at Hamilton's Point. D&RGW Locomotive #484 leads a 2-engine, 17-car, Cumbres Turn around the contours of the west side of Wolf Creek Canyon, just past the rocky outcroppin... (more)
Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad #484 thunders uphill over the trestle and past the watertank at Cresco, Colorado. The train has just entered Colorado, the first of 17 border crossing this train... (more)
Water for a thirsty horse. A Denver & Rio Grande Western K-36 brings her freight to a halt at Cresco Tank, approximately 4 miles and 900 vertical feet below Cumbres Pass. In days of old, t... (more)
Rio Grande Southern Galloping Goose No. 5 passes the water tank at Cresco, Colorado on Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad’s 4-percent climb of Cumbres Pass on May 25, 1999. This “motor” as RGS ori... (more)
Steamscape - Hamilton's Point. A Cumbres Turn hammers up the 4% grade at Hamilton's Point on a chilly morning in September. This location is believed to have been named for L.C.Hamilton, a... (more)
DRG&W #487 arrives at the Cresco water tank deep in the woods looking to top off before terminating the run in Chama.
The 315 pulls up to Cresco tank to take on water. Looks like one railfan just quite didn't make it in time.