Monday, Aug 23, 2021, Antonito yard. Locomotives 425 (315), 168, Eureka & Palisade, Glenbrook. Gene Lincoln and Dave Taylor stand next to 425
Night watch, Antonito yard, Wed Aug 25, 2021. Locomotives L to R: Glenbrook, Eureka & Palisade, 425, 168
Friday, Aug 27, Antonito, early morning. Locomotive 425 moves consist in preparation for the excursion from Antonito to Chama.
Friday, Aug 27, 2021. Locomotives 168 and 425 prepare to depart Antonito yard for Chama.
Westbound doubleheading locomotives 168 and 425 approaching tanglefoot curve near Cumbres, Friday, Aug 27, 2021.
Locomotive 325 at Cumbres (after locomotive 168 moved to wye to spend the night) preparing to depart for Chama, Friday, Aug 27, 2021.
Locomotives Eureka and Glenbrook prepare to depart Antonito yard for Chama.
Locomotive 425 prepares for departure of the “night train” at Chama yard, Sunday, Aug 29, 2021. 425 was “helper” to Cumbres with locomotive 168. (Locomotive 168 continued with the consist overnight to Antonito.)
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