Nevada Northern Railway locomotive 93 and 40 at the end of another long day rest in the confines of the warm engine house thanks to the efforts of crew members Con and Lennox. Steve Crise Photo © ... (more)
Nevada Northern Railway locomotive # 93 is passing two of the most iconic structures on the railroad, the coaling tower and water tower. Both structures are original to the railroad. Steve Crise P... (more)
Nevada Northern Railway locomotive # 40 has her ash pan cleaned after a hard days work as a prop for a TV commercial. Steve Crise Photo © 2019 (file # SJC_NNRY_0280418)
Nevada Northern Railway locomotive # 93 passes two of the historic Western Railroad Supply wig wag crossing signals. Steve Crise Photo © 2019 (file # SJC_NNRY_0280139)
A timeless scene unfolds at the depot in Ely as fireman Con Trumball looks out from the cab of Nevada Northern No. 40 as the 1910-built product of Baldwin backs down onto No. 93 in preparation for... (more)
Near white out conditions existed in Ely Nevada today while crews were busy switching cars after the first weekend of the Winter Photo Freight 2019. Steve Crise Photo © 2019 (file # SJC_NNRY_02797... (more)
On a chilly morning in Ely, Nevada Northern No. 93 departs the engine house for the day's work as No. 40 builds pressure in the warm confines of the steam-era structure.
Nevada Northern Railway’night photo shoot featured locomotive 93 and rotary snow plow B in the East Ely yard on February 9, 2019. Steve Crise Photo © 2019 (file # SJC_NNRY_0278481)
1980 found me in eastern Nevada doing my usual geologic work. Equipment problems on the drilling rig gave me a couple of days of free time, so I spent some of it checking out the Nevada Northern R... (more)
Blasting out of Tunnel 1 on the Nevada Northern's Keystone Branch, NNRY No. 93 puts on a show as it leads a recreation of a wrecking train back toward Ely to the delight of photographers trackside... (more)
Nevada Northern #40 has her ashes dumped at the end of another day of trips.
High-stepping up the Keystone Branch with a clean stack, #40 leads the Steptoe Valley Flyer over Gleason Creek.
Barking out of Tunnel 1, Number 40 is bound for Keystone with the Steptoe Valley Flyer.
A View From Above- As seen from the top of the concrete coaling tower that dominates the Ely skyline, Nevada's Official State Steam Locomotive makes its way back to the west end of the yard... (more)