The 1880 Train's engines rest outside the railroad's Hill City shops as a thunderstorm rolls through the Black Hills.
The oncoming crew watches as 110 is backed on to her next train at Hill City.
After clocking out for the day, the light was perfect so I couldn't resist grabbing a photo. Black Hills Central Railroad #63 was built in 1956 for Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad. It operates the ho... (more)
Scenes like this doubleheader at Hill City will soon be a thing of the past when GP9 No. 63 is put into service. It will be used when 2-6-6-2T No. 110 is down for a boiler wash. Currently, the B... (more)
The only operating compound tank Mallet in the United States basks in the early morning sun alongside the Hill City depot.
Former Rayonier 110 preparing to leave Hill City with the first trip of the day.
No. 7 has just left the shop area and is running around the coaches in preparation for the first trip of the day.