With the last train of the day, 111 barks up the final grade atop a cut stone wall over Clear Creek.
In the shine of an early-afternoon rain, 111 blasts upgrade with a Silver Plume train.
Nearly blocking out the sun with its own smoke plume, Georgetown Loop 111 pounds around the curve at High Fill to duck back into the woods.
Blasting upgrade past the Lebanon Mine, Georgetown Loop 111 puts on a fine show crossing Clear Creek with the final train of the day.
Easing across the Devil's Gate High Bridge, Georgetown Loop 111 is barely audible over the constant roar of Clear Creek. With 9 cars in tow this day, 111 is near capacity and put on a spectacular... (more)
Georgetown Loop 111 stomps the grade past the remains of the Hall Tunnel Mine.
Making its third of four crossings of Clear Creek between Devil's Gate and Silver Plume, former International Railways of Central America #111 barks up the grade on approach to the Lebanon Mine pl... (more)
Thundering through the cut above the Everett Mine, former IRCA #111 digs her feet into the steep grades and sharp curves of the former Colorado & Southern. An incredible feat of civil engineering... (more)
Climbing one of the long straight sections of railroad on the Loop above High Fill, former IRCA #111 puts on an incredible show attacking the nearly 4.5% grades found on the former Colorado & Sout... (more)
Rounding High Fill, Georgetown Loop's largest steam locomotive thunders up the steep grades of the former Colorado & Southern line to Silver Plume. Originally built in 1926 for the International ... (more)