Chama,

New Mexico

The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, often abbreviated as the C&TSRR, is a 3-ft narrow-gauge heritage railroad running on 64 miles of track between Chama, New Mexico and Antonito, Colorado, with a stop at historic Osier, CO for lunch.  This picture (and #'s 0362 and 0435) was taken while we were traveling between Cumbres Pass (elevation 10,022 feet) and Osier (elevation 9,635 feet).

Picture Number: CM1_0331

Date: September 2016

Camera: Nikon D7100

ISO: 200     Shutter Speed: 1/200 sec

F-Stop: f/7.1     Lens: 90 mm

The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, often abbreviated as the C&TSRR, is a 3-ft narrow-gauge heritage railroad running on 64 miles of track between Chama, New Mexico and Antonito, Colorado, with a stop at historic Osier, CO for lunch.  This picture (and #'s 0331 and 0435) was taken while we were traveling between Cumbres Pass (elevation 10,022 feet) and Osier (elevation 9,635 feet).

Picture Number: CM1_0362

Date: September 2016

Camera: Nikon D7100

ISO: 200     Shutter Speed: 1/200 sec

F-Stop: f/7.1     Lens: 85 mm

The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, often abbreviated as the C&TSRR, is a 3-ft narrow-gauge heritage railroad running on 64 miles of track between Chama, New Mexico and Antonito, Colorado, with a stop at historic Osier, CO for lunch.  This picture (and #'s 0108, 0150 and 0215) was taken while we were traveling between Chama (elevation 7,871 feet) and Cumbres Pass (elevation 10,022 feet).

Picture Number: CM1_0020

Date: September 2016

Camera: Nikon D7100

ISO: 560     Shutter Speed: 1/250 sec

F-Stop: f/5     Lens: 150 mm

The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, often abbreviated as the C&TSRR, is a 3-ft narrow-gauge heritage railroad running on 64 miles of track between Chama, New Mexico and Antonito, Colorado, with a stop at historic Osier, CO for lunch.  This picture (and #'s 0108, 0150 and 0215) was taken while we were traveling between Chama (elevation 7,871 feet) and Cumbres Pass (elevation 10,022 feet).

Picture Number: CM1_0108

Date: September 2016

Camera: Nikon D7100

ISO: 200     Shutter Speed: 1/250 sec

F-Stop: f/8     Lens: 116 mm

The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, often abbreviated as the C&TSRR, is a 3-ft narrow-gauge heritage railroad running on 64 miles of track between Chama, New Mexico and Antonito, Colorado, with a stop at historic Osier, CO for lunch.  This picture (and #'s 0020, 0108 and 0215) was taken while we were traveling between Chama (elevation 7,871 feet) and Cumbres Pass (elevation 10,022 feet).

Picture Number: CM1_0150

Date: September 2016

Camera: Nikon D7100

ISO: 250     Shutter Speed: 1/500 sec

F-Stop: f/5.6     Lens: 140 mm

The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, often abbreviated as the C&TSRR, is a 3-ft narrow-gauge heritage railroad running on 64 miles of track between Chama, New Mexico and Antonito, Colorado, with a stop at historic Osier, CO for lunch.  This picture (and #'s 0020, 0108 and 0150) was taken while we were traveling between Chama (elevation 7,871 feet) and Cumbres Pass (elevation 10,022 feet).

Picture Number: CM1_0215

Date: September 2016

Camera: Nikon D7100

ISO: 360     Shutter Speed: 1/500 sec

F-Stop: f/5.6     Lens: 140 mm

The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, often abbreviated as the C&TSRR, is a 3-ft narrow-gauge heritage railroad running on 64 miles of track between Chama, New Mexico and Antonito, Colorado, with a stop at historic Osier, CO for lunch.  This picture (and #'s 0331 and 0362) was taken while we were traveling between Cumbres Pass (elevation 10,022 feet) and Osier (elevation 9,635 feet).

Picture Number: CM1_0435

Date: September 2016

Camera: Nikon D7100

ISO: 280     Shutter Speed: 1/500 sec

F-Stop: f/5.6     Lens: 140 mm

The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, often abbreviated as the C&TSRR, is a 3-ft narrow-gauge heritage railroad running on 64 miles of track between Chama, New Mexico and Antonito, Colorado, with a stop at historic Osier, CO for lunch.  This picture (and #548) was taken while we were traveling between Osier (elevation 9,635 feet) and Antonito (elevation 7,890 feet). Antonito began life as a sheep herding camp known as San Antonio Junction, referring to its proximity to the Conejos and San Antonio rivers. When the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad built its line south from Alamosa, the town was renamed Antonito and became an important town on the railroad line. The town was incorporated in 1889.

Picture Number: CM1_0598

Date: September 2016

Camera: Nikon D7100

ISO: 110     Shutter Speed: 1/250 sec

F-Stop: f/8     Lens: 112 mm

The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, often abbreviated as the C&TSRR, is a 3-ft narrow-gauge heritage railroad running on 64 miles of track between Chama, New Mexico and Antonito, Colorado, with a stop at historic Osier, CO for lunch.  This picture (and #598) was taken while we were traveling between Osier (elevation 9,635 feet) and Antonito (elevation 7,890 feet).  Antonito began life as a sheep herding camp known as San Antonio Junction, referring to its proximity to the Conejos and San Antonio rivers. When the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad built its line south from Alamosa, the town was renamed Antonito and became an important town on the railroad line. The town was incorporated in 1889.

Picture Number: CM1_0548

Date: September 2016

Camera: Nikon D7100

ISO: 160     Shutter Speed: 1/250 sec

F-Stop: f/8     Lens: 27 mm

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