The Grand Canyon in the siding at Glorietta. A Roger Puta photograph.
Taken from cab of F7A 306L pulling Train 2, The San Francisco Chief. A Roger Puta photograph.
A boiler equipped GP7 with Train #26, the Pecos Valley Streamliner about to leave Carlsbad, NM: Bally Boynkin, Grorge Gunter & a firemen. A Roger Puta photograph.
Eastbound Q train climbing through Abo Canyon before the "change"
Roughly midway through its cross-country journey, we see Amtrak’s Southwest Chief #3 as it travels past an active set of semaphore signals moments before the quickly setting sun disappears complet... (more)
Six F-units. A Roger Puta photograph
Taken from the cab of F7 306 pulling Train #2, the San Franisco Chief. A Roger Puta photograph
A Steam Specials charter on the Cumbres & Toltec does a pretty good job of recreating a long westbound DRGW freight snaking its way up the winding route up the canyon of the Rio de Los Pinos to Cu... (more)
A mighty push. With 36,000 lbs of tractive effort, helper engine DRGW #489 provides a steady, hard push on this 17-car Cumbres Turn, as it claws its way up the 4% grade just above Dalton Cr... (more)
Roger Puta took this shot from the cab of ATSF GP7 2879, the power for Train 26, the Pecos Valley Streamliner.
Working hard at Dalton. Engineer Jeff Stebbins has DRGW 484 hooked up as he watches the craziness at Dalton crossing from the best seat on the train. His water bag hung from the cab wind... (more)
A work train with DRGW 463 arrives Sublette for a quick water stop.
Steamscape: Lobo Lodge. Two K-36 Locomotives, 17 freight cars and one caboose make up this morning's Cumbres Turn, which is seen here hammering up the legendary 4% grade from Chama to Cumb... (more)
The Cumbres Turn. Two Denver & Rio Grande Western K-36 Locomotives haul a large cut of boxes, tanks and gons eastbound out of the Chama Yard, as they begin the run up the 4% grade to Cumbr... (more)
Running only minutes off of the advertised, we see Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief #4 as it makes it's way past the E. Glorieta signals on a beautifully crisp mid-Autumn afternoon.