Cumbres & Toltec Scenic train 216 is working its way up Cumbres Pass on a rainy, cloudy morning. K-36 No. 484, built in 1925, will come back to Chama later in the day with train 215 from Antonito... (more)
A BNSF switch crew delivers a covered hopper to the Compass Mineral's plant in Duluth as the Algoma laker Radcliffe R. Latimer unloads salt into the building.
A pair of FEC SD70M-2's bring NS 216 across the Cummings Drawbridge and into Calumet Yard.
2 of NS's recently leased FEC SD70M-2's lead NS 216 out of Gest street on a beautiful Tuesday evening
Train 216 from Palmerston North approaches Papakura and the electrified Auckland network. The DL class has 3,600 HP MTU motors and is the second most powerful locomotive on the KiwiRail roster.
The daily train from Chama, NM reaches the summit of 10,015 ft. Cumbres Pass, in Colorado's San Juan mountains.
K-36 Mikado 489 leads the daily train up the 4% grade to Cumbres Pass, three miles outside of Chama, NM.
Time-travelers meet at The Pass. Passing through the yard at Cumbres Pass, the time-travelers aboard the Cumbres & Toltec's Train 216 experience one of the many flash-backs they'll have thi... (more)
Norfolk Southern AC44C6M #4001 leads intermodal train 216 (Atlanta to Chicago) north across Swamp Creek, approaching Dalton, Georgia. Photo by Casey Thomason. For more information about Norfolk... (more)
Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad K-27 No. 463 leads the eastbound passenger train No. 216 from Chama, New Mexico across the trestle at Los Pinos, Colorado on July 22, 2015.
NS 216 eases its way across the Ohio River Bridge into Gest Street yard in Cincinnati. Taken with a DJI Phantom 3 Quadcopter / Drone.
Double-heading to Cumbres Pass. There are not many places left in the US where you can see steam double-headers in regular, revenue service. Some tourist railroads and museums run them on ... (more)
Lotsa curves, you bet! About 40 minutes into its journey, the Cumbres & Toltec's daily train from Chama to Antonito encounters the S-Curve near the Colorado State Line. Here, the train be... (more)
Train 216, climb and maintain one-zero thousand - TEN THOUSAND! I've been flying piston-engine aircraft for 28 years and I can count on my fingers and toes the number of times I've ever ne... (more)
The brilliant morning sunshine at Chama Depot is just a memory as the daily train to Antonito comes off Tanglefoot Curve under building storm clouds. A pesky low pressure area spinning in place ... (more)