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Cumbres and Toltec 488 by Zane Adams - Photo 110330099 - 500px

Cumbres and Toltec 488 by Zane Adams - Photo 110330099 -

Eureka Crosses CO HWY 251 Headed Towards Durango, Co 2011.

Eureka Crosses CO HWY 251 Headed Towards Durango, Co 2011.

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Cumbres and Toltec RR Chama N.M. August 2013

Cumbres and Toltec RR Chama N.M. August 2013

RailPictures.Net Photo: 484 Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad Steam 2-8-2 at Chama, New Mexico by Chris Webster

Net Photo: 484 Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad Steam at Chama, New Mexico by Chris Webster

Engine #484 & 488

Engine #484 & 488

maya47000: “By Jorn Hoffmann ”

maya47000: “By Jorn Hoffmann ”

While staying and Chaminade Resort & Spa you may have the opportunity to travel off property....check out Roaring Camp Railroads for steam or diesel train rides through the redwoods.... www.roaringcamp.com

While staying and Chaminade Resort & Spa you may have the opportunity to…

Steaming across the bridge.

In 1830 the first steam-powered train ran in the United States. By 1840 there was about 3000 miles of train tracks. During the Civil War Abraham Lincoln took advantage of the rail system by using the train to transports good and soldiers to the war.

Southern Pacific 4449

Southern Pacific No.

"High Bridge" Narrow Gauge Train, Silverton Colorado

"High Bridge" Narrow Gauge Train, Silverton Colorado

Shay Locomotive

Shay Locomotive

Old Steam Engines just could not be stopped.

Locomotive No. 3 was built in 1882 by Dubs & Company in Glasgow, Scotland for the Canadian Pacific Railway. It has undergone a complete frame-off overhaul, including the manufacture of a new boiler. The boiler is still fired by coal.

Steam trains by Gabriela Insuratelu, via Dreamstime

Steam trains by Gabriela Insuratelu, via Dreamstime.

LOKOMOTIVES and the railways of the world.

ex-N&W 475 blowing off steam under the wires in Paradise just before picking up five freight cars destined for East Strasburg. Photo by Jonathan Hallman

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