Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Engine Number 482 Rests at the Cascade Canyon as part of the railroad's Winter Train Operation.
Sitting in the yard of Durango's roundhouse is this diesel railcar used in the 1980's by the railroad instead of steam locomotives. In years to come it is hoped to have it restored to working orde... (more)
Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Locomotive Number 486 Leads the Morning Train to Cascade Canyon North through the Rocky Mountains just outside of Durango Colorado.
"Highball that Roll-By!"
After A trip to the Cascade Canyon and back, the DSNG 482 Arrives back in Downtown Durango. The DSNG 482 has a wheel arrangement of 2-8-2 and was built by Baldwin in 1925 as DRGW 482.
The northbound President's Special leaves Durango during the 2013 Railfest Event. K-36 number 480 is in charge of this special train as it heads out of town, nearing the first crossing of the Anim... (more)
DSNG 486 arriving in Durango after a New Years Eve trip to Cascade Canyon
481 boards passengers at the depot while two more locomotives gets ready for a run later in the morning.
The southbound winter train is just minutes away from the Durango Depot as it crosses the Animas River for the last time.
The southbound winter train nears Home Ranch as it heads south for Durango.
Durango & Silverton 480 leads its southbound train back toward Durango as seen from parallel Highway 550 in the late afternoon sun.
Ex D&RGW K36 #486 (now 'D&SNG') in Durango.
Fireman Mike May puts on some finishing touches to the 473 before departure during a photographers special back in May of 2009
Conductor Mike May has a job briefing with his engineer during a night photo session in the Durango Yard.