V&T 29 exits Tunnel 4 on it's way to Virginia City
An ore train arrives in East Ely Yard, as viewed from the Nevada Northern Train Dispatcher's office.
V&T 29 doubleheads with former McCloud 18 near Virginia City, NV
V&T 29 storms pass the original Gold Hill Depot.
V&T 29 moves freight upgrade near Haywards.
V&T 29 rounds the horse shoe curve near Milepost 13.
V&T 29 exits tunnel #2 with an impressive display of smoke and steam.
Steamscape: Gold Hill. Both of the new V&T's steamers combine their muscle to haul a freight up the last mile and a half from Gold Hill to Virginia City on a chilly winter day. McCloud #18... (more)
Dawn light from the windows above the shop reflects off the high mounted headlight of #93, while a thick cloud of steam dissipates over the roundhouse following a blowdown by the stout consolidati... (more)
A powerful blast of steam falls over the Steptoe Creek Fill while #93 and wreck train await permission to proceed north towards Hiline Junction for the runby.
Dear God, have mercy on me. The mountains are so high and my train is so small.
93 follows the 40 on the way to the coaling tower
A couple of railroaders talk about their next moves in front of the newly installed wig-wag signals while the high drivered 4-6-0 and stout 2-8-0 simmer on the mild winter night.
The 51" drivers slip and a dark plume of smoke roars out of the stack of the 1909 ALCO as #93 blows for Lackawanna Crossing during a series of runbys.
Snow capped peaks and sagebrush surround the high desert town while an ore train hauled by the stout 2-8-0 moves south out of the Ely yard.