The San Juan Express, on the Denver & Rio Grande Western narrow gauge, ran between Alamosa and Durango, Colorado, and was a favorite subject for Otto Perry. He photographed and rode this train from 1941 to the end of operation in 1951. Travel over the line with us in all seasons, zigzag across the Colorado — New Mexico border and over Cumbres Pass. As we pass through the small railroad towns of Chama, Monero, Dulce, Navajo, Gato, Ignacio, La Boca, and Florida enjoy the rich Southwestern culture preparing us for arrival in Durango, a narrow gauge paradise. An added bonus is rare film from the Rio Grande’s Santa Fe Branch. You will see the narrow gauge mixed train during its last year of operation on the Chili Line in 1941
Otto Perry’s San Juan Express
The San Juan Express, on the Denver & Rio Grande Western narrow gauge, ran between Alamosa and Durango. See the train from 1941 to the end of the line in 1951.
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