The morning's first light catches the Royal Gorge Railroad's CRRX 3104 (GP40) anchoring the east end of the passenger train as it waits in the Canyon City station for passengers to arrive.
The Royal Gorge Railroad's GP40 leads a long train through the Royal Gorge Canyon, which runs right along side the Arkansas River and between granite cliffs that rise nearly 1,000 feet strait up. ... (more)
The Royal George Railroad's beautifully maintained F7A and B units lead the train past the roaring rapids of the Arkansas River in Canyon City, Colorado.
From the advantage hi up on the Royal George Bridge the train looks almost like an HO scale model railroad layout. This view provides a good view of how close the Arkansas River is to the tracks.
The Royal George Railroad's GP40 pushes the train through the narrow gorge. This is perhaps one of the most scenic train trips one can take and is a must-do if you are visiting Colorado.
The Royal George Railroad's beautiful F7A guides the 16 car train through the steep canyon where the rails run next to the Arkansas River.
After sounding its impressive horn at the crossing, the Royal Gorge Train leaves the station and heads west into some of the most amazing scenery in Colorado.
It was a sunny day for the Royal Gorge Railroad as the engineer mounts up in preparation for taking the four engine, 16 passenger car train through the famous gorge in southeast Colorado. CRRX 40... (more)
Silent Code Poles, the Arkansas River, and the Royal Gorge a very Denver & Rio Grande Western story. Union Pacific Rio Grande heritage reflects in the back wa... (more)
New AC units lead an eastbound coal train at Canyon City
Rio Grande GP40's and SP tunnel motor head west through the Royal Gorge route. They will soon be running through Tennessee Pass. This line is no longer in use except for tourist trains.