Number 487 leads 484 up the grade from Chama, New Mexico to the summit at 11,000 feet. There 487 cuts out and 484 takes the train to Antonito, Colorado. This rail lines pass through the largest As... (more)
487 returning train from Osier. Locomotive came all the way from Antonito, 64 miles away, switched trains at Osier and finally made it in to Chama.
#484 takes a train up the 4% grade on its way to Cumbres just before it crosses highway 17.
488 being sanded in Chama after a day's work on the "Friends of the C&T" Piledriver Extra
Charging over the first of several bridges on the line.
Whistling for the crossing, the daily train passes the Dalton sign, as well as a flanger sign on the right.
Beneath threatening skies, the passenger train cruises past the coaling tower nearly to the station.
Rounding the curve into Lobato, pouring smoke and headed for Cumbres.
Working hard through the crossing at Coxo is the train with a caboose added for a charter.
Former RGS Goose 5, now owned and restored to operation by the Gallooping Goose Historical Society of Dolores, Colorado heads downhill from Cumbres summit on the C&TS. The early C&TS crews called ... (more)
A very rare moment on the San Juan Extension. Three trains were stopped at Osier for lunch, including the 315 Extra. Two are seen next to each other while the other departs for Chama.
Former D&RGW K-36 #487 rests in the Chama Enginehouse while work is being completed on #489.