Spring is in full swing here in Durango, with new pops of color blossoming daily. Here, Southern Pacific No. 18 makes its way back to town on its first test run of the season. The engine will spen... (more)
Southern Pacific No. 18 returns to Durango on its first test run of the season. The engine will spend the next several months here to help bolster the Durango & Silverton's oil-burning fleet durin... (more)
Kayakers run the rapids on the Animas River as the Durango & Silverton's Cascade Canyon Express steams along the narrow cliff ledges high above.
Ex White Pass & Yukon #107 leads the Cascade Canyon Express on one its first ever revenue trips for the Durango & Silverton.
On a wonderfully clear day in the Silvery San Juan Mountains, the Winter Cascade Train of the Durango and Silverton attacks the Hermosa Hill at MP 463.
The Durango & Silverton's Cascade Canyon Express crawls along the narrow shelf track high above the Animas River on a warm spring afternoon.
A thick plume of smoke trails the Durango & Silverton's oil-burning #493 as it rounds the curves of the iconic highline above the Animas River.
TV is on the Fritz
Snow falls as the Cascade Canyon train leaves Durango for its namesake
The Durango & Silverton's Cascade Canyon Express snakes along the narrow ledge of the highline on a mild spring afternoon.
Do Not Adjust Your Set....
Winter makes a slight clawback as snow begins to envelop the lower reaches of the Animas River Canyon. The day began in Durango with a slight drizzl... (more)
Storm clouds gather in the mountains as ex-WP&Y #107 pulls a string of empty gondola cars back to Durango for use in the upcoming spring/summer season.
The Animas River flows in a particularly striking shade of green as #476 heads back towards to Durango from Cascade Canyon.
Spring is coming to the San Juans as #493 approaches Rockwood with the Cascade Canyon Express in tow.
I Took the Path Less Taken
I mean, there’s literally no trail, and it’s not easy to get here.
After separating in Rockwood, #493 and #476 link back up at Tank Creek for the remainder of the journey to Cascade Canyon as a spring snow storm descends upon the Animas Canyon.