Sunset Charge, Part 2. In pretty golden sunset light, US 152 rounds the Eastern Loop and charges past the photo line, pouring out a beautiful exhaust plume. It's a great conclusion to a g... (more)
Sunset Charge, Part 1. With the shadows getting really long and the sun taking a dive for the treeline to the west, the Huckleberry Railroad's two narrow gauge steamers team up for a quick... (more)
Comin' round the bend.... US 152 pours out a lovely plume as she doubleheads with stablemate DRGW 464 on the Huckleberry Railroad's West Loop on a sunny afternoon in January. Although I ... (more)
Crossing Butternut Creek. The recently restored US 152 charges across the high trestle over Butternut Creek en route back to Crossroads Village with a short passenger train.
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High over Butternut Creek. US 152 trails a steamy, white plume against a cobalt blue sky as she rumbles across the recently rebuilt Butternut Creek Trestle on the run back to Crossroads Vi... (more)
On the Eastern Loop. On a beautiful but chilly January day, US 152 hauls a short string of wooden passenger coaches around the Huckleberry Railroad's eastern turning loop. Unlike most ste... (more)
Colorado...er...Michigan Narrow Gauge. At first glance, this looks like it could be a scene from one of the D&RGW legacy lines such as the Cumbres & Toltec or the Durango & Silverton....ex... (more)
Crossing icy Mott Lake......or at least a little piece of it. The Huckleberry Railroad's D&RGW K-27 Locomotive #464 hauls her passenger train across the short wooden trestle on the outskir... (more)
On the shores of Mott Lake. The early morning sun casts some long shadows as US 152 hauls a short passenger consist east along the shoreline of the ice-covered Mott Lake, headed for downto... (more)
Eastbound out of Crossroads Village. Shortly after 10 AM, US 152 hauls a short passenger train on the Huckleberry Railroad, near the line's shops just east of Crossroads Village.
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The mountain storm is clearing as OSL #1068 struggles to bring its train upgrade as it fights slippery rails and deep snow.
OSL #1068 traverses the ledge above Deer Creek Reservoir.
OSL #1068 heads toward the Heber Valley.
OSL #1068 crosses Deer Creek during a morning snow storm.
OSL #1068 works its way up Casperville Hill.