|The Craig Branch Running North and West From Bond.|
|DPUs on Loaded Coal Train Descending Through Middle of Crater Loops|
|Loaded Coal Train in Crater Loops|
|Westbound Craig Local in the Loops|
|Arrow 1 shows the location of the cinder cone, now so thoroughly mined as to be almost flat. Arrow 2 is the bowl of the extinct stratovolcano. Arrow 3 is the location of the photographer in the previous image. Arrow 4 is the horseshoe in Rock Creek Canyon. Arrow 5 is the southern entrance to Egeria Canyon.|
|And Another. The Bowl of the Volcano is Directly Above the Motive Power.|
|More Mid-Trains in Yampa Valley|
|Empty Coal Rolls Beneath Flat Tops, While Two More Trains Wait in the Phippsburg Yard for Crews.|
Below: Loaded Coal Train Climbing Upgrade from Phippsburg to Toponas.
|Coal Load in Yampa Valley|
|An Empty Coal Train Leaves Phippsburg Beneath the Flat Tops.|
|A Loaded Coal Train Passes Beneath Abandoned Edna Mine in Oak Creek Canyon.|
|Coal Empties Approach Oak Creek Canyon.|
|A Loaded Coal Train from the Foidel Creek Mine Approaches the Mainline at Adams.|
|Pushers on Loaded Coal Train Head to Adams.|
|The Sun Sets on the Craig Branch.|
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