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Old May 28, 2007, 10:17 AM   #1
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Coal Fired Steam Trains Part Two

Saturday I posted some photos of the Chama train so I figured it was only fair to post photos of the Antonito train today. Very cloudy and thunderstorms so the light was not the best for some of the locations. The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad.has two trains every day one leaves from Chama and goes to Antonito and the other leaves from Antonito and goes to Chama.

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Old May 28, 2007, 4:35 PM   #2
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Roger, great series again! I especially like the last image and may use the sorroundingsas a prototype for a section of my model railroad layout.

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I found this one in my to delete file and decided to keep it.






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most of these look like toy trains. real good shots but i like the others better for some reason.

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Roger, great series again! I especially like the last image and may use the sorroundingsas a prototype for a section of my model railroad layout.

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Hi Jay, thanks for the kind comment and for looking. I think my favorite is the very last one I added that I found in my to delete file.


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most of these look like toy trains. real good shots but i like the others better for some reason.

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Roy you and I agree about the first are better. I think the reason is the train is going up hill so it iw working harder and there is more smoke and steam.


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most of these look like toy trains. real good shots but i like the others better for some reason.

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I had never thought about them looking like toys buy yes I agree they do look like trains.


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