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Photo ID: 648470

Passing at Imbleau. The former CB&Q #4960 holds the siding at Imbleau (formerly Apex) as her stablemate GCRX #29 comes charging past. Both locomotives are facing south and hauling consists... (more)

Railroad: Grand Canyon Railway
Locomotive: Steam 2-8-2
Location: Imbleau, Arizona, USA
Locomotive #: GCRX 4960
Train ID: Photo Charter
Photo Date: February 08, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Feb 16, 2018

Views: 1,508
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Photo ID: 648363

Section House ruins at Willaha Siding. Grand Canyon Railway 4960 charges southbound past the ruins of an old Section House on the siding at Willaha, around MP 37.7. The ruins of several s... (more)

Railroad: Grand Canyon Railway
Locomotive: Steam 2-8-2
Location: Willaha, Arizona, USA
Locomotive #: GCRX 4960
Train ID: Photo Charter
Photo Date: February 08, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Feb 15, 2018

Views: 1,046
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Photo ID: 648238

The "greenest" steam train in America. At least that's how they bill today's Grand Canyon Steam operations. Both of the line's two steamers are converted coal-burners, each now ... (more)

Railroad: Grand Canyon Railway
Locomotive: Steam 2-8-0
Location: Apex, Arizona, USA
Locomotive #: GCRX 29
Train ID: Photo Charter
Photo Date: February 07, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Feb 13, 2018

Views: 1,418
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Favorited: 13

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Photo ID: 648116

Chicago Burlington & Quincy #4960. The Grand Canyon Railway's big Baldwin Mikado #4960 started life in 1923 as freight hog hauling iron ore and other freight on the Chicago Burlington & Qui... (more)

Railroad: Grand Canyon Railway
Locomotive: Steam 2-8-2
Location: Willaha, Arizona, USA
Locomotive #: GCRX 4960
Train ID: Photo Charter
Photo Date: February 08, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Feb 12, 2018

Views: 1,558
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Favorited: 23

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Photo ID: 647992

Track speed in the canyon. One of the fastest steam tourist railroads in the US, the trains on the Grand Canyon Railway often hit 40 MPH on the 64-mile run from Williams to the Grand Canyon... (more)

Railroad: Grand Canyon Railway
Locomotive: Steam 2-8-0
Location: Apex, Arizona, USA
Locomotive #: GCRX 29
Train ID: Photo Charter
Photo Date: February 07, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Feb 11, 2018

Views: 1,404
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Photo ID: 647605

Black Hills Central #104....the BHCR's OTHER engine. The Black Hills Central has several steam locomotives, but as of 2017, only two of them are operable. The primary engine is the Compoun... (more)

Railroad: Black Hills Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-2T
Location: Hill City, South Dakota, USA
Locomotive #: BHCR 104
Train ID: None
Photo Date: August 24, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Feb 09, 2018

Views: 1,824
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Favorited: 15

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Photo ID: 647604

Black Hills Central #7. Perhaps the longest-serving locomotive at the Black Hills Central is this little Baldwin 2-6-2. Like all of the other locos here, this engine is a log-hog. She w... (more)

Railroad: Black Hills Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-2
Location: Hill City, South Dakota, USA
Locomotive #: BHCR 7
Train ID: None
Photo Date: August 22, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Feb 09, 2018

Views: 1,430
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Favorited: 10

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Photo ID: 647489

Tin Mill Hill in the afternoon. The crossing at the top of Tin Mill Hill is one of the best locations from which to photograph the Black Hills Central. The locomotive is working hard here... (more)

Railroad: Black Hills Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-2T
Location: Hill City, South Dakota, USA
Locomotive #: BHCR 110
Train ID: 3:45 PM Train
Photo Date: August 22, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Feb 08, 2018

Views: 2,378
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Favorited: 16

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Photo ID: 647393

Topping Tin Mill Hill. The mid-day departure of the "1880 Train" is captured here just as it emerges from the woods at the top of Tin Mill Hill. Riding the train up Tin Mill Hill... (more)

Railroad: Black Hills Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-2T
Location: Hill City, South Dakota, USA
Locomotive #: BHCR 110
Train ID: 1:15 PM Train
Photo Date: August 22, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Feb 06, 2018

Views: 1,080
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Favorited: 12

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Photo ID: 647279

Articulation. How do you get a 2-6-6-2 locomotive around a sharp curve? The answer is articulation. This engine has two sets of drivers. the boiler and tank sits firmly over the rear se... (more)

Railroad: Black Hills Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-2T
Location: Keystone, South Dakota, USA
Locomotive #: BHCR 110
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: August 24, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Feb 05, 2018

Views: 2,824
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Favorited: 17

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Photo ID: 647171

One of the nation's oldest tourist trains. South Dakota's Black Hills Central isn't the most well-known steam tourist train in the country, but it definitely qualifies as one of the oldest.... (more)

Railroad: Black Hills Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-2T
Location: Keystone, South Dakota, USA
Locomotive #: BHCR 110
Train ID: 3:45 PM Train
Photo Date: August 24, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Feb 05, 2018

Views: 1,017
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Favorited: 11

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Photo ID: 646805

Lots of wooden trestles. One of the cool features of the Black Hills Central line from Hill City to Keystone is the presence of a number of photogenic wooden trestles. Perhaps the best exa... (more)

Railroad: Black Hills Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-2T
Location: Keystone, South Dakota, USA
Locomotive #: BHCR 110
Train ID: 1:15 PM Train
Photo Date: August 23, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Feb 01, 2018

Views: 1,361
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Photo ID: 646675

Climbing to Oblivion. The first morning departure of the Black Hills Central's "1880 Train" charges upgrade toward the summit just ahead which is known as "Oblivion." In its early years, ... (more)

Railroad: Black Hills Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-2T
Location: Hill City, South Dakota, USA
Locomotive #: BHCR 110
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: August 24, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Feb 01, 2018

Views: 990
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Favorited: 13

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Photo ID: 646538

Headed for Oblivion.... The Black Hills Central Railroad's Compound Mallet Tanker has a few minutes to loaf as she runs across a wide open grassy plain. But her Engineer and Fireman had b... (more)

Railroad: Black Hills Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-2T
Location: Hill City, South Dakota, USA
Locomotive #: BHCR 110
Train ID: 3:45 PM Train
Photo Date: August 22, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Jan 30, 2018

Views: 1,262
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Favorited: 9

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Photo ID: 646402

BHCR #110, a Compound, Articulated Mallet Tanker. Yes, the 110 is one of just two such 2-6-6-2T locomotives that are in operation in the US today. The other is at Niles Canyon in Californ... (more)

Railroad: Black Hills Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-2T
Location: Hill City, South Dakota, USA
Locomotive #: BHCR 110
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: August 23, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Jan 29, 2018

Views: 1,198
Comments: 1

Favorited: 14

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