No. 110 rolls downgrade towards Keystone with the "1880 Train" in tow. This rugged canyon is one of my favorite places to shoot the train, and a recent thinning of trees by the National Forest Se... (more)
Smoke rolls skyward as No. 110 digs in for the long climb ahead.
No. 110 digs in for the grade ahead, with a train of seven matching cars bound for Keystone.
Mallet 110 rolls downgrade into Kennedyville with a seven car train bound for Keystone.
2-6-6-2T 110 heads back to the barn after its afternoon run past GP7 63.
Heading for Keystone I am riding in the coach called Mystic. I always believe that if you are going to take pictures of a Heritage train then you should also ride it.
Heading for Keystone the second train of the day out of Hill City
with Mallett No 110 in charge.
BHC 104 and 4 coaches pull by the 1880 Train watering tower after their last trip of the day between Keystone and Hill City, SD.
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Troubleshooting a valve gear problem before the first train of the day departed Hill City. The railroad had recently changed hands, and the lack of care given by the previous owner is obvious. T... (more)
Enroute to Keystone
The crew on No. 7 has a job breifing before beginning the days work.
Black Hills Central No. 7 at the shops after a day of service.
As a blanket of fog settles over the Black Hills, No. 110 is returning from Keystone with the first trip of the morning.
No. 110 thunders up Tin Mill Hill on one of its first public trips after restoration.