Steptoe Valley Flyer: Nevada Northern’s high-stepping 4-6-0 is dwarfed by the Steptoe Valley at Adverse, Nevada, on the Hi Line on February 5, 2006.
Nevada Northern 4-6-0 No. 40 hurries toward East Ely, Nevada, with a vintage passenger train on the afternoon of February 4, 2006.
Nevada Northern 2-8-0 No. 93 steams past the icy water of Steptoe Creek near East Ely, Nevada, on February 5, 2006.
A nice way to start the morning! After a drive out into the desert south of Elgin to pick up the wheel I ditched the day before when I got two flat tires, I made it back down into Rainbow Canyon j... (more)
After a day of disappointment and frustration when I got two flat tires in the Nevada desert and had to hitchhike into Caliente to get a tow truck through AAA, the following day proved to be much ... (more)
According to the Nevada State Railroad museum, "No. 25 hauled both passenger and freight trains between Reno, Carson and Virginia City. From 1911 to 1947, the busy 4-6-0 ran 80% of the time, ... (more)
While #8 was never an original V&T locomotive, it did spend a year on the reborn Virginia and Truckee Railroad in Virginia City, NV in the 1970's. Today, she wears the name of the Nevada State Rai... (more)
Union Pacific 3095 West, train CLS (“California Live Stock”), pulls through the siding at ironically-named Dry Lake, Nevada, to drench and wet 18 triple-deck cars of hogs en route to customer Farm... (more)
An eastbound mixed manifest rolls downhill out of the Truckee River Canyon into Nevada.
In the very last sunlight of February 2, 2003, Nevada Northern 2-8-0 No. 93 steams across Steptoe Creek near East Ely, Nevada.
Ex- Missouri Pacific 1567
Crews move the Glenbrook into position for her christening ceremony during her restoration debut at the Nevada State Railroad Museum
The Glenbrook makes another runby for all the railfans present during her restoration debut at the Nevada State Railroad Museum