Nevada Northern 40 sits at High Line Junction awaiting clearance to head back to Ely
The warm sunshine gleams of the front of Nevada Northern 93 as the ore train rounds the curve coming to the Lackawanna Road crossing during the second session of the Winter Photo Spectacular.
It's 7:03 am and #40 & #93 are about ready to start a day of strutting their stuff for photographers.
NCCCo 93 pulls an empty ore train into the yard at Ely with the Schell Creek Range providing the backdrop.
109 blasts out of Nevada Northern's only tunnel ( designated as a nuclear fallout shelter btw.) on the way to the Ruth mine.
Quite a massive locomotive for the humble freight. You can identify the caboose by the thin trail of smoke from the rear end.
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After having finished its freight chores the sturdy 93 is pulling forward to the shed to tie up for the night. South Schell Peak in the background rises 11765 ft (3586 m) above sea level.
Yard action at East Ely. 93 puts together the next photo freight.
Nevada Northern 93 works the grade north with its wreck train
Nevada Northern 93 and 40 roll through Lackawanna Crossing and along the big fill on the point of a mixed train
The wreck train waits in the the hole at Lavon for the Steptoe Flyer to pass
Nevada Northern 40 leads its afternoon mixed train across Range Road after passing through High Line Junction
40 and 93 team up to haul a mixed train towards Keystone as they pass through Ruth
Nevada Northern 40 and 93 exit Lower Tunnel powering a mixed train, in a spectacular display of smoke and steam