One last time infront of the Silverton Depot, Eureka and Palisade #4 prepares to head for Durango.
D&SNG K28 #478 (former D&RGW) on his way from Silverton to Durango, leaving Silverton.
When a K37 ran on the Silverton line. Later it was traded to the Cumbres and Toltec where it had trouble staying on the rails.
The sun has already set in the mountain town of Silverton, Colorado, on the evening of August 23, 2010, with both wood and coal smoke filling the dusky air. Denver and Rio Grande Western narrow ga... (more)
Eureka and Palisades No. 4 heads south out of Silverton, Colorado, on the bright morning of August 24, 2010. Instead of the colorful yellow coach and caboose that No. 4 usually pulls, two D&SNG co... (more)
As part of the D&SNG "Railfest" activities, Eureka & Palisade 4, 4-4-0 (BLW 3763 / 1875), a wood-burner, simmers at the D&SNG Silverton, Colorado depot as Rio Grande Southern 5, a "Galloping Goose... (more)
The crew of Eureka & Palisade 4 fires the locomotive as it proceeds northbound, along the Animas River, south of Silverton, Colorado.
Sunrise in Silverton, Colorado finds members of the Durango Railroad Historical Society hostling their Baldwin C-18 Locomotive for a day-long, mixed extra photo excursion to Durango. It's ... (more)
Thanks for the memories!. With the conclusion of the 2012 Railfest Event in Durango today, we may well have seen the final revenue run of the iconic Eureka & Palisade #4; the last wood-burn... (more)
During D&SNG's Railfest, a mixed freight leaves Silverton, Colorado, on the morning of August 24, 2010.
Early snow had just fallen the night before in the San Juan Mountains, when #478 passed the timber brigde near Silverton.
Afternoon train leavin Silverton and crossing The Animas river
Silverton Departure. Conductor George Swift is silhouetted against a cloud of steam as he watches his Durango-bound passenger extra switch onto the main line at Silverton Depot. The power... (more)
First snow falls of the year 2011 in Silverton ! K28 478 is doing fine on a photo-runpast.
Scenic line indeed. A legacy D&RGW logo on south face of the Mineral Creek Bridge states the obvious as we watch Train 464 in the process of being wyed for the return trip to Durango. Thi... (more)