Durango and Silverton 2-8-2 No. 473 pulls a mixed train between Pinkerton and Rockwood, Colorado, on August 24, 2006. The K-28 Mikado is dressed in “Bumblebee” colors applied to the locomotive for... (more)
A Valentines Day special approaches Trimble Road running through a very wintery Animas Valley on its way to Cascade on the day before Valentines Day 2010.
A daily passenger service on the D&SNGRR departs Silverton for the return trip to Durango.
Pot of gold: #478 hauling a freight train blows down her boiler at the legendary spot on the former D&RGW Narrow Gauge. The rainbow only lasted a few seconds, and was luckily captured that happen... (more)
Their servicing complete, four of the Rio Grande's 2-8-2 K-36 locomotives await their next call to duty at the Durango roundhouse. These days, however, the majority of their duties involve hauling... (more)
Durango and Silverton, ex Rio Grande, #482 crosses over the high bridge en-route back to Durango, CO.
At 4:30am, crew members at the Durango and Silverton begin their daily chores of servicing and preparing their locomotives for their daily run to Silverton. Seen here, a crew member walks through... (more)
Got Steam? The Durango & Silverton sure does! In fact, a quick visit to the DSNG yard has been known to cause serious cases of "Roundhouse Envy" among officials of other tourist railroad... (more)
Extra 478 South, and its reflection, hurry across the Animas River just south of Silverton on a Steam Loco Safari Tours charter.
Set against a backdrop of rocky cliffs, the Animas River far below, and snow depths not seen in the past 15 years in southwestern Colorado, K-28 #478 blows down as she slowly makes her way north a... (more)
D&RGW mike makes a fine sight as it leave Silverton with another load of tourists returning to Durango. It's October and the first falls of snow are evident, infact we drove through a short snow s... (more)
While turning the engine, much of the vapor in the lower part of the image is coming from the turntable's motor.
Durango and Silverton Narrow Guage steam engine #473 in her "Bumble Bee" livery.
After one "normal" runby, the crew of the Photo special, showed off by exceding the speed limit (just a little) and blowing off the boiler, giving off a man made rainbow.
Railroad: Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge RailroadLocomotive: Steam 2-8-2Location: Rockwood, Colorado, USALocomotive #: 478Train ID: Extra 472 WestPhoto Date: September 25, 2005