SLRG 459 arrives Alamosa from the east after returning from Antonito and going around the wye in Alamosa.
18 arriving in Almosa a little late but with better light.
Former LS&I 18 now SLRG 18 is about to cut away from its train.
Hey... Rio Grande over the Rio Grande!
SL&RG 18 Pulls her first train at her new home of Alamosa.
On the way to Chama, D&RGW #498 and #484 are working their way down the San Luis Valley between Alamosa and La Jara. Behind the locomotives is a side dump filled with cinders to be used as ballast... (more)
Ex-Southern Pacific 1744 at sunrise with a freight train
SP 1744 crosses the Rio Grande on its way out of Alamosa.
SLRG ex SP 1744 is seen near Sierra, Co on the La Veta Pass - 26/07/2007
On the way back to Alamosa after a trip to Monte Vista, #1744 crosses a small trestle. The SL&RG ran a series of trips from Alamosa To Monte Vista as part of the rodeo being held last weekend.
The San Luis & Rio Grande have been advertising a train operating between Alamosa and Antonito to provide a connection with the narrow gauge Cumbres and Toltec. This is that train.
On the flatland of the San Luis Valley, the former SP engine moves this train at about 50 mph.