Got Steam? The Durango & Silverton sure does! In fact, a quick visit to the DSNG yard has been known to cause serious cases of "Roundhouse Envy" among officials of other tourist railroad... (more)
Another shot from Dave Gross' D&S winter charter. The first day was overcast and raining lightly, and the engine had a serious steam leak. The second day was wall to wall sun and the steam leak ... (more)
Best MacDonalds I have ever been to with sights like this every morning!
473 is temporarily festooned in D&RG livery for a photo freight.
Old D&RG boxcars in the snow.
Mike Nichols attaches a kerosene lantern to a caboose.
#473 rounds a bend, fireman ever attentive in this tight telephoto shot.
Down in the narrows, the K28 plies her trade.
K28 and mixed consist on the roof of the world.
K28 #473 blows down and she rounds a curve, hugging the side of a cliff.
#473 and a freight train approach Rockwood on a clear winter morning.
Durango and Silverton diesel switcher at dawn with blue flag and light.
Engineer Mike Nichols is working as Brakeman today. In a timeless railroading scene, he signals to Engineer Bill Colley, as K-28 no. 473 backs down onto the train.
D&S Extra 473 South heads along the Animas River towards Tacoma on a Willow Creek Productions photo charter.
Drifting downgrade towards the photo line, engineer Bill Colley opens the throttle for a nice smokey runby on a Willow Creek Productions photo charter.