Union Pacific 1989 leads a Rock & Rail train out of the Royal Gorge.
UP's DRGW heritage unit 1989 leads the eastbound Rock & Rail Railroads rock train at Canon City, CO. The train is seen leaving the Royal Gorge. April 30. 2020.
The open air observation car in the consist of the Cañon City & Royal Gorge passenger train is the best way to see the magnificent Royal Gorge west of Cañon City, Colorado. The train is westbound,... (more)
On October 13, 2014, open air observation car “Silver Cliff” is in the consist of the Cañon City & Royal Gorge passenger train that ventures along the Arkansas River through magnificent Royal Gorg... (more)
A Royal Gorge Route afternoon excursion traverses the depths of the "Grand Canyon of the Arkansas River" as viewed from the Royal Gorge Bridge 955ft above. The train is completely dwarf... (more)
The Canon City & Royal Gorge lunch train departs Canon City on time, with 728 leading the way.
Additional power on the Canon City & Royal Gorge roster.
CRRX 3104 looking great on a cold, clear morning in Canon City.
Royal Gorge Railroad's patriotic GP40PH No. C 20 heads into the isolated Royal Gorge Canyon.
A Royal Gorge Route afternoon excursion traverses the depths of the "Grand Canyon of the Arkansas River" as viewed from the Royal Gorge Bridge 955ft above. The lengthy consist is powered by an F7... (more)
The Royal Gorge Route's F7A 403 looks as good as new, even though it had just turned 69 years old at the time of this photo (built 10/49 as CNW 4079C).
Passengers have begun boarding the 12:30pm "Royal Gorge Route" excursion on a beautiful autumn afternoon in Colorado. It was good to see the F7s back in service on this train. Accordin... (more)
The 9:30am "Royal Gorge Route" excursion returns to Cañon City with an F7A/B duo shoving eastward. The train has just resumed its journey after the customary 10 minute stop at the "... (more)
Colorado wildlife is easily seen most anywhere in the Mile High state and today a deer tests its luck at the East End signals of the Cañon City siding. The big Union Pacific ... (more)
A Royal Gorge F7 stands tall while awaiting the next run on the tri-daily train.