The daily train from Antonito is seen entering the Chama Yard after crossing the Chama River.
The daily train from Antonito is seen entering the Chama Yard after crossing the Chama River and is now passing under the watertank.
How a reflection views the world.
Engineer Jose Torres briefs with a shop hostler on the condition of the 487 after the day's run to Chama.
Switching in the Chama Yard.
Conductor Alan Loomis and Brakeman Zack Blea (L to R) ride an outfit car during a switch move in Chama
Shove move through the yard as Brakeman Zack Blea and Conductor Ray Martinez take the cut though the yard.
Engineer Jose Torres is at the throttle as he takes eighty six year 487 through the yard.
Conductor Ray Martinez stands ready as the 487 steams towards him. Ray will bring the 487 into a "Joint", a hook with another piece of railroad equipment, just to the right out of sight.
Rock hopper car at Osier Colorado.
#19, "The Pineapple", against a late summer sky in the ghost town of Osier Colorado.
The daily train from Chama to Antonito is seen easing along the canyon of the Rio de Los Pinos towards the half way stop at Osier.
Crossing Cascade Trestle.
Cascade Trestle, Westbound. From what We've been able to tell, very few photographers have made it to this side of the canyon to grab a shot. We're above track level approximately 15 to 30 feet above track level on a bluff. Most photographers choose the southern side of the bridge for ease of access.