Every one is taking it all in as steam powered Rotary OY, K36 487 and K36 488 Clean out the tracks a Cumbres Summit.
Double headed mikes charge up to Cumbres pass with a charter freight.
Taking on water at Cumbres Pass, 10,015 feet
K-36 #489 and its train are curving their way out of the Chama Valley on the upgrade run on Cumbres Pass.
K-36 #489 is making a beautiful noise as it pulls its passenger train upgrade through Coxo and out of the Chama Valley. In a short while, the train will round Windy Point and pull in to Cumbres, t... (more)
The daily train out of Chama is climbing on the final ascent to the summit of Cumbres Pass, rounding Windy Point on a gorgeous day in Southwestern Colorado.
Cumbres & Toltec Scenic locomotive 484 is pulling for all its worth as it climbs Cumbres Pass with the daily train to Antonito, CO.
489 works downgrade after summitting Cumbres Pass on its journey from Chama to Antonito.
Doubleheaded 489 and 487 lead a Chama Steam photo freight up Cumbres Pass near Lobato, NM in October 2008 as seen from a rider gon ahead of the rear helper (#488).
The 315 is leaving to Chama after doing some switching and filling the tender with water.
D&RGW 315, 2-8-0, (BLW 14352 / 1895), D&RGW class C-18, originally Florence & Cripple Creek RR 3, "Elkton," powering a special freight train on the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad.
C&TS Engineer Jeremy Garcia looks ahead from rear helper K-36 #488 as the 2008 Chama Steam photo freight works upgrade near Cumbres. K-36s 489 and 487 are on the head end and 488 is shoving from t... (more)
Engine 484 climbs the 4% grade to Cumbres and is about to pull into the station as it crosses an old wooden trestle.