Clawing her through the ancient sinuous waterway of Coconino Canyon, Grand Canyon Railway 29 puts on a show as it climbs towards Imbleau on its southward journey towards Williams
When the moon hits your eye...
An ambient lit shot (f/2.8 helps) underneath a near full moon finds Grand Canyon's two operable steamers, 29 and 4960 on the Dogtown/Cataract Creek Trestle outsid... (more)
Under clearing skies, Grand Canyon Railway No.4960 shows off her side profile as she crosses though one of the lowest points on the Grand Canyon Line at Millers Wash. Pan shot at 1/30 of a second
Resuscitated once again from a retirement, Grand Canyon Railway No.29 shows off her heavily modified front end. Once a lowly iron ore consolidation, today, she's one of the many faces of a world ... (more)
Performing their first railfan doubleheader in nearly 12 years (Last one in 2005?) Grand Canyon Railway 29 and 4960 pound over one of the many trestles in Miller's Wash on their return to Williams... (more)
While the chimney of this long abandoned fireplace in this forsaken home no longer exists, it is replaced with the one of the 4960 on a full speed runby at the siding of Willaha, Arizona.
Is ... (more)
Acting on instructions from his conductor, Engineer Steven Butler (and at the time, Steam CMO) of the San Luis and Rio Grande, backs former Lake Superior and Ishpeming (and Grand Cany... (more)
A Wrinkle In Time.
Built in 1875, The "Eureka" a wood burning 4-4-0 from Nevada's long gone Eureka and Palisade Railroad meets her 50 year younger, but larger coal burning sister, a D... (more)
On a cool, crisp August afternoon, Eureka and Palisade #4, the "Eureka" has pulled to the Needleton Tank on the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad. Volunteer A... (more)
In The Hall Of The Mountain Kings. Eureka and Palisade #4, "The Eureka" glides northward over the Animas River though Elk Park. Usually, this valley is dominated by the Eureka's younge... (more)
The Sanctum of the Leviathans
Job Briefing: 1949
Night has enveloped the Durango Depot in the late 1940's as a late arriving 'San Juan Express' arrives from Alamosa and points east.
Actually, this is a staged photo shoot put on by the Duran... (more)
The Little Train to Oblivion. Denver and Rio Grande Western #463 leads a circa 1939 train out of Antonito westward.
Sunset falls on Grand Canyon Railway #29 after her first run to the Grand Canyon in eight years.