Cumbres & Toltec 489 idles beside the depot at Chama, NM.
Durango & Silverton 476 exits the Durango Yard Limit, crossing over the Animas River.
The Colorado Railroad Museum’s Rio Grande Southern #20 takes a lap around the museum grounds. The engine was built by the Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1899 for the Florence & Cripple Creek Ra... (more)
The Colorado Railroad Museum's Rio Grande Southern #20 pulls passengers around the large museum grounds in Golden Colorado. The engine (4-6-0) was built in 1899 by the Schenectady Locomotive Work... (more)
Denver & Rio Grande 168 makes a water stop at Sublette while pulling the 4th of July train.
Under the watchful eye of the train crew, Section 463 clings to the side of the mountain as it weaves its way along the famous High Line of the D&RGW Silverton Branch. A section to 463 was run to ... (more)
Up from the canyon.... A little over a mile and a half from the end of track in Silverton, CO, D&RGW K-37 #493 emerges from the Animas Canyon, crossing the river of the same name for the fi... (more)
A little early fall color at Needleton. When you mention fall color on the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, everyone pictures golden groves of aspens on the hillsides. In this s... (more)
Milepost 480: Bubbling Rock. With the sun finally breaking through the early morning overcast, we catch a nicely lit view of the former D&RGW K-37 #493 charging north past Milepost 480 at a... (more)
On the High Bridge: Milepost 471.23. Here's a wide-angle view of the big K-37 #493 as she rumbles across the High Bridge over the Animas River (MP 471.23) with her Silverton mixed consist, ... (more)
Second Animas Crossing: The High Bridge. Here's a downstream view of the former D&RGW K-37 Locomotive #493, as she crosses the High Bridge at Tacoma (MP 471.23) northbound, with a Silverton... (more)
Stepping out on the High Line. Baldwin K-37 Locomotive #493 emerges from the rock cut at Milepost 469.4, beginning her trek across the famous High Line Horseshoe Curve, high above the Anima... (more)
K-28 Class 473 runs light engine through the canyon back to Durango, seen here passing the waterfall and water spout at Tank Creek.
DRGW 425 rounds the curve at Lava Tank at dawn
Denver & Rio Grande Western #491 (2-8-2) runs past the Colorado Railroad Museum's vintage rolling stock as it gives passengers a ride around the grounds.