Taos & Rio Grande
Rail Road

Welcome to the home page of the Taos & Rio Grande Rail Road. Home of the Pueblo Chief and the Sagebrush Flyer. This is a "G" scale (1:24 scale) layout in the backyard of my Taos, New Mexico home.


September 2005 Train Photo Slide Show - click here

September 2004 Train Photos (click on image to see larger view)

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1. Admiral's House

2. Twin Paddles Yacht Club 3. Blue Pond Station 4. Phillip's Station 5. Chimayo Church


Overall approximately 100' by 45'

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6. Ophelia's Tamale Truck

7. Nomad's No-Tell Park 8. Perlman's Path

9. Who Dat Mine

10. Taos

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11. Taos Church

12. Larry's Porky Pig  Express

13. Pueblo

14. Bullshipper's

15. Rock Ridge


2. Santuario de Chimayo was built in 1816 in Chimayo, New Mexico on a site renown for earth with curative powers. Photo of actual building is here.
9. Who Dat mine is a model of the Hukill mine. Photo of actual structure is here.
13. Photo of real Taos pueblo is here.

Richard Frajola (August, 2005)