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With rumors of the Frost Flyover going away in the future, I wanted to railfan there as soon as I got the opportunity. In late July 2018, we spent an hour at this location and got a decent amount of train action

Summer has faded into fall in the North Country of New Mexico and Southern Colorado, and the fall colors are on their way, but the cold is already here. Here we see scenes around the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad which include the locomotive servicing areas, the Rio Chama Bridge, The Narrows, Lobato, Dalton, Perry's Pond, Coxo, Windy Point, Cumbres and Los Pinos. First we see C&TS 487 and Rio Grande Southern 455 moving around the yard in preperation for the day, then in a doubleheader on their way to Cumbres. We catch the 455 drifing away at Los Pinos. Later in the end we see 488 bringing the train home for the evening.

On the evening of Thursday July 26, 2018 a severe thunderstorm hit central New Mexico that produced a flash flood near San Felipe Pueblo, north of Bernalillo. The flood at one point overfilled an arroyo and flooded the NMRX mainline, washing out a bridge and misaligning the track. Repairs took place the next day but would hold up Railrunner commuter trains headed to Santa Fe and for Amtrak trains 3 and 4. It was announced that train 4 would turn around in Albuquerque and later become train 3. The same thing with train 3 becoming train 4 in Lamy. Also included are a few Railrunner trains and BNSF locals.
 

    

       

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