Out of service since 2002, and beneficiary of a thorough overhaul, C&TS K27 2-8-2 463 returns to Antonito, Colorado:
It’s scheduled to return to service as the power on a May 15 special train. You’ll find details in the Schedules.
From the Durango Herald:
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An oral agreement was reached Tuesday between Harper and the chairman of the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad Commission, which operated the railroad for the states of Colorado and New Mexico, which jointly own the railroad.
The agreement tentatively calls for American Heritage Railways to operate the line for five years, Harper said.
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“We really believe we can do some great things for the Cumbres-Toltec,” he said. “It’s already a great railroad, and we’re just going to open it up to give more people an opportunity to enjoy what it has to offer.”