Vintage Doubleheaders is a rare treat with some of the oldest engines in America, all operating on 3 foot rails of the host railroad, the 64-mile Cumbres & Toltec scenic railroad. Two of these were woodburners, in the form of 2-6-0 Glenbrook, and 4-4-0 Eureka & Palisade #4. Both of these engines live in Nevada and rarely operate except at the museum in Carson City. They were both trucked to Antonito for this event, and were paired for each of the runs during this multi-day event. Wood was staged along the way, and extra water supply between regular tanks on the line.|
The other two engines that star in this show are Denver & Rio Grande 4-6-0 #168, and 2-8-0 number 315, which was backdated and renumber 425. These two were made to appear in the early 1900's during the D&RG days. These two are operating on their former Rio Grande tracks.
Here is a rundown of the trips that were covered.
August 20, 2021 was the day before the event kicked-off but we see the 4 engines an
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