Exiting the gorge on the eastbound return trip to Canon City. This late-season train was well patronized and made for an impressive site snaking through the gorge in a (not quite uniform) pseudo ... (more)
After another safe trip through the Royal Gorge, this winter train poses for photographs in front of the Santa Fe Depot which can be seen in the background on a cold and bright December day.
The heart of CCRG #402 a 16 cylinder beast that along with the 16 cylinder diesel engine in the B unit pull the Canon City Royal Gorge route train through the Royal Gorge.
After another adventure through the Gorge, passengers begin to depart while others take the opportunity to get photos of this fancy looking F-Unit.
With an empty hopper train out of the way, the Royal Gorge train makes its way back to the Climate Capital of Colorado, but first will pass underneath the world's tallest suspension bridge.
After a short stop to allow passengers to get their shot of the world's highest suspension bridge, the Royal Gorge train heads back to Canon City for another round of visitors.
After waiting for a northbound empty coal hopper to pass, the Royal Gorge train makes its way back to Canon City in the always beautiful Colorado landscape.
After another trip through the Royal Gorge, passengers gather to take photos of this beautiful F-Unit.
Nose to nose.
Coming out of the Royal Gorge at Parkdale, the train passes some of the dozens of rafts heading into the canyon. The locomotive was once owned by the CNW and sold by the UP to the CCRG.
Only on the former Rio Grande!
Cañon City & Royal Gorge has repainted 2/3rds of their train for the 2006 season. Ex-Holland America dome 507 retains scheme used in Alaska. Rafters float down Arkansas River in Royal Gorge.
Cañon City & Royal Gorge is repainting their train for the 2006 season. Only coach CRRX 5542 still retains old VIA scheme seen behind CCRG 403. Other cars wear Denver & Rio Grande Western RR insp... (more)