D&S 481 has just left Durango and is heading towards Cascade Canyon
The daily Cascade Canyon Winter Train has reached the top of the climb from Hermosa and will soon stop to take on passengers before continuing into the Animas Canyon.
An overhead view of the daily Cascade Canyon Winter Train as it gets on the move out of Durango.
I think it snowed! The Durango & Silverton's annual winter photo charter battles a record snow pack of over 72 inches as former D&RGW 478 makes her way northward through the San Juan Nati... (more)
Afternoon train leavin Silverton and crossing The Animas river
Durango & Silverton 482 is on approach to Rockwood on a bright sunny day in early September. The train is loaded heavily with tourists enjoying the spectacular scenery between from Durango and Si... (more)
A D&SNG fireman steam cleans his "office" at the beginning of his of work day.
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)
Up on the Roof. That's a bit how I felt the first time I looked through my lens from this position. From a vantage point roughly 100 feet above the old D&RG High Line, and nearly 500 feet ... (more)
Waiting on a steam train in the San Juan Mountains, hearing the whistle and stack-talk play off the surrounding mountains, a nice sunny day, I think I've found my "happy place".
The 2nd daily D&S Passenger train led by engine # 481 pauses on the Silverton wye while the 1st daily train led by engine # 482 heads south and returns to Durango. At an elevation of 9305 feet, t... (more)