Colorado Narrow Gauge in the Fall

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Colorado Narrow Gauge in the Fall

If you haven't been out to see any of the Colorado Narrow gauge railroads, do yourself a favor and get out there!

Only had a brief morning encounter with the Durango and Silverton.

1. Durango and Silverton pulling in to the Rockwood Station.
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by Brad Williams, on Flickr

2. Durango and Silverton pulling in to the Rockwood Station.
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by Brad Williams, on Flickr

The next day we had a full afternoon Chasing the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad (C&TS).

3. Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad C&TS 488 in the Chima, AZ yard
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by Brad Williams, on Flickr

4. C&TS 488 nearing Cumbres Summit
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by Brad Williams, on Flickr

5. C&TS 488 nearing Cumbres Summit
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by Brad Williams, on Flickr

6. C&TS 488 nearing Cumbres Summit
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by Brad Williams, on Flickr

7. C&TS 488 nearing Cumbres Summit
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by Brad Williams, on Flickr

8. C&TS 488 "On top of the Mountain" at Cumbres Summit
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by Brad Williams, on Flickr

9. C&TS 488 "On top of the Mountain" at Cumbres Summit
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by Brad Williams, on Flickr

10. C&TS 488 with the Beautiful Fall Colors in Southern Colorado
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by Brad Williams, on Flickr

11. C&TS 488 with the Beautiful Fall Colors in Northern New Mexico
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by Brad Williams, on Flickr

Here is a Video from the trip too!
https://youtu.be/kHdhpADdZk0
 
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Those Aspens are beautiful and I sure am glad the train is red because it makes great fall colors. I think the sky in Colorado is bluer too. Great series Brad.
 





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