Former D&RGW K36 #482 in Silverton.
In the early 1980s, Seattle, Washington, built a trolley line along their waterfront in order to give tourists a leg up on parking hassles. The lines used several streetcars acquired from Melbour... (more)
Second train of the day, K-36 #482, is fully loaded and awaiting departure.
Durango & Silverton 482 is on approach to Rockwood on a bright sunny day in early September. The train is loaded heavily with tourists enjoying the spectacular scenery between from Durango and Si... (more)
D&S helper # 482 takes the siding at the Silverton depot to run around the 2nd daily passenger train lead by # 480 to turn on the wye track just south of town. The passenger count on the 2nd dail... (more)
D&SNG engine # 482 waits on the south leg of the wye at Silverton while the 2nd passenger train of the day with engine # 480 backs into the north leg of the wye to turn their train.
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The first passenger train of the morning passes the Hermosa Glider Port on a beautiful morning.
K-36 no. 482 pops into view, heading up the Animas River towards Cascade on a freight charter.
K-36 no. 482 casts a tall shadow on the cliffs as it heads towards Rockwood and the end of a winter freight charter.
I had already been to cascade earlier this morning. it started snowing pretty good from hermosa on up. it was a beautiful day to be on the rails!
RN class Pacific on the turntable at Changchun-all Chinese Pacifics retired by 1990
Roaring up the Hermosa Valley, Train 462 heads north to Silverton Colorado
Pulling out of the Shadow of the Strater Hotel, Train #462 Pulled by K-36 #482, leaves for Silverton. SouthWestRails.Com