Where is the Glenbrook?


On August 16th the Glenbrook was loaded up and headed out to the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad! A huge thank you to all the volunteers who helped make this possible!

Many visitors, volunteers and staff anxiously awaited her arrival. The Engine arrived on the 18th and the Tender was not far behind. Here is a wonderful night shot from Wyatt Thomas.

Unloaded was done the following day after both the Glenbrook and the Eureka arrived at the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad in Antonito, Colorado! The Eureka and its tender were unloaded first, followed by the Glenbrook.

The following day, Aug. 20th the steam crew put together the Glenbrook. The Glenbrook is now under steam. Later this afternoon the Glenbrook and all of the visiting locomotives will be inspected by the FRA.

At sunset on Aug. 21st, the Eureka and the Glenbrook depart the yard in Antonito to perform a brake test and work on timing for the doubleheader with the historic consist they will be using tomorrow on the Big Horn Turn.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79wBsMAlSt4

Aug. 27, all four of the Victorian iron horses traveled from Antonito to Chama. The 168 and the 425 pulled a passenger train with the photographers and the Eureka and the Glenbrook hauled a freight train several minutes behind the passenger train.

The Eureka and the Glenbrook arrive in Antonito after a trip to Osier. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4N3ZeIH1qVU

After a safe drive home and some love and care from both volunteers and staff the Glenbrook is in the shop getting some maintenance for our summer operations.