Where else in the country can you see steam doubleheaders on a routine basis? When D&SNG has ten or more cars and no larger K36s available, two smaller K28 2-8-2s are used to pull trains to Silver... (more)
With Kendall Mountain in the background, D&SNG K-37 #497 sits at 12th and Blair Streets in Silverton, CO
D&SNG 482(right) and tender get some work done inside the roundhouse at Durango.
473 leads the first train of the day out of Durango.
K-36 #486 leads the southbound daily winter train back to Durango after making a brief water stop at Hermosa.
The engineer is on the Fireman's side looking out the window to see if everyone is aboard for the ride back to Durango. As you can see, the snow is still coming down pretty hard.
Truly a dirty job. Its nearly midnight and the shop crew are hard at work to fix a broken spring on the trailing truck under the still red hot firebox.
A chartered mixed train with the D&S 478 in drag as its former self, the DRGW 478, traverses the Highline in nice afternoon light.
DSNG Conductor Scott Shewmake guides K28 #473 back to a couple as they tack caboose 0540 onto the rear of the train prior to the return trip to Durango.
Smoke box door from DandSNGRR 486 while in shop for repairs.
K36 486 leads its southbound train approaching the Animas River bridge in downtown Durango. Click ... (more)
K-36 #486 sits on the turntable on a frigid February night in Durango
K-28 #478 shoves caboose 0540 around the wye at Rockwood to position it on the rear of the winter photographer's special before departing for Durango,
Extra 486 southbound near Trimble with the Cascade Canyon winter train.