Denver & Rio Grande T-12 No. 168 gets serviced at Chama, New Mexico, on the evening of August 28, 2021. After service on Rio Grande for 55 years, the ten-wheeler spent 1938 to 2016 in Antlers Park... (more)
Simmering quietly in the morning light, Cumbres & Toltec 484 and Denver & Rio Grade Western 425 sit outside the shops at Chama. Wearing a new number as part of the Victorian Iron Horse Roundup fes... (more)
Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad’s daily passenger train has just arrived on the end of its run at Chama, New Mexico, on the afternoon of August 28, 2021. As passengers disembark, the engine cre... (more)
The Flagship Denver & Rio Grande Western K-36 No. 483 was the first operational locomotive on the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad when it was formed in 1970. Worn out, it was retired in 1... (more)
BYOBSleeping Car No. 470 was built by the Pullman Company in Detroit in 1889 as a 12-section tourist sleeper (third class) for use on the three-foot gauge Denver & Rio Grande. The car w... (more)
Narrow gauge sleeping carSleeping Car No. 470 was built by Pullman Company in Detroit in 1889 as a 12-section tourist sleeper (third class) for use on the Denver & Rio Grande. The car w... (more)
425 Taking Water at Chama Denver & Rio Grande 2-8-0 425 is recreating a classic scene from the past as it takes a drink from the water tower at Chama, New Mexico, during the Victorian Iron... (more)
Chama's 1899 Roundhouse Two 1875 woodburners, the 4-4-0 "Eureka" and 2-6-0 "Glenbrook," stand outside the remaining two stalls of the former Denver & Rio Grande Western... (more)
Locomotive 487 is about to cross the New Mexico/Colorado state line as it steams into Cresco on its way up to Cumbres Pass.
On the evening of August 29, 2021, "Eureka" and "Glenbrook" are outside the 1899 Chama roundhouse being prepared for their trip home to Nevada while 2-8-2 No. 487 performs some... (more)
Glenbrook, built by Baldwin in 1875, takes a drink from the Chama water tank during the last full day of the Victorian Iron Horse Roundup.
C&TS 487 is crossing the bridge that used to take Highway 17 across Cumbres Pass before the road was relocated and enlarged.
Former Denver & Rio Grande Western No. 487 is passing the restored phone booth at Coxo as it starts the final leg of its climb to Cumbres Pass.
Once part of the operating fleet, ex-D&RGW K-37 No. 497 has not run in many years. During the Victorian Iron Horse Roundup it was pulled out of the Chama roundhouse for photos.
Alexander DeCarli is busy scooping out ash and clinkers from the smokebox of "Eureka" on the last day of the Victorian Iron Horse Roundup. The two 1875 locomotives were serviced inside ... (more)