Hesston Steam Museum's Shay type locomotive heads out of the forest and towards the station depot.
Hesston Steam Museum's Shay type locomotive makes one last run for the season before being put away for the winter.
Two Foot Sandley-built #242 from the Brookfield Zoo stands next to a smaller live steam counterpart on a saturday afternoon at Hesston's depot.
Hesston 242 and the Hesston mini-steam train wait to depart the depot. 242 is a former Brookfield Zoo engine.
New Mexico Lumber Company Shay No. 7 probably wasn't maintained as well in 1929 as it is today, Ephraim Shay would be proud
New Mexico Lumber Company Shay No. 7 blows off some steam as it comes around the pond at Hesston, The Hesston Steam Museum opened to host the "Friends of the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad" Mid... (more)
2-4-2 No. 242 inside the Hesston Shop. It's one of two former Chicago zoo engines on the property and yes, it runs.
Three US Army critters and a South Shore caboose on display at the Hesston Steam Museum.
No. 7 gets a fresh load of wood delivered trackside while Jim Wrinn of Trains Magazine looks on.
Shay 7 and a small Plymouth outside the Hesston shop.
Early in the morning, volunteers begin loading New Mexico Lumber Company Shay No. 7 with wood.
Hesston's German 0-8-0 leans into a curve near the shop with a two-car passenger train.
The race is on! No. 7 vs. a 7.5 inch gauge CB&Q 4-8-4.
Coming around the pond with another load of passengers. This was the first day No. 7 had pulled revenue trains in over 21 years.