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 Cumbres Pass to Chama in 3 MINUTES!!Added: July 21, 2008 

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Locomotive Details Location/Date of Video
Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad (more..)
Steam 2-8-0 (more..)
Cumbres Pass, Co to Chama, NM (more..)
Chama, New Mexico, USA (more..)
July 07, 2008
Locomotive No./Train ID Videographer
315 (more..)
Jason Rose (more..)
Contact Jason Rose
Remarks: Filmed from rear platform of DRGW Caboose 0579. DRGW C18 #315 is taking a stock extra west to Chama, NM from Antonito, CO. July 7, 2008. This trip usually takes about an hour. But, I've sped up the video to compress it into 3 minutes. Eventually I'll have the full hour-long video posted on my website.
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Posted by Trainfield on July 21, 2008

Great Just remember to fasten your seat belt.

Posted by ge4400cw on July 21, 2008

Now if we only had a little bit of banjo music in the background, like "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" would make it complete. Dave :)

Posted by Marty Bernard on July 23, 2008

Are you sure you weren't on the San Juan Express of the 1930s? Neat flick.

Posted by Dietrich Ryan on July 27, 2008

Very nice video Jason! I assume you were the one that was standing on the right of the caboose on the way back, I was that kid with his dad (and possibly my mother) on the other side of the platform.

Posted by Jason Rose on July 29, 2008

Hey Ryan. Yes that was me. That was a GREAT trip. I really appreciate you and your dad being so considerate and not talking loud enough for the camera to pick you up. I'll post the full video on my site as soon as I get a chance. It's an hour long and will be too large to post here.

Posted by Steve Lerro on August 11, 2008

It would be cooler if you reverse the video....and keep it sped up, that way you can see what's coming your way....just a suggestion....other than that, nice vid...

Posted by SkipW on December 23, 2008

Excellent, and possibly if you you use a negative# in your edit program speed, and it could be a cab ride!

Posted by cab ride on October 18, 2010

Did the reversal process ever get done? If so....where might I find it! Thanks in advance.

Posted by weightloss on October 14, 2013

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