The beautiful BHCR 110 puts on a great show on her way to Keystone. It is well worth the trip to South Dakota to see this railroad.
Black Hills Central Railroad #110, a 1928 Baldwin 2-6-6-2T, sits by the engine house after a full day of runs. This night marked the final night run of the 2017 season with an arrival back in Hill... (more)
It may be the start of the summer tourist season but mother nature decided to give one last taste of winter. A dusting of snow blanketed the top of Tin Mill Hill. Baldwin 2-6-6-2T #110 climbs the ... (more)
On the last day of the season, Black Hills Central Railroad #110, a 1928 Baldwin 2-6-6-2T, nears Keystone. During the morning run, a small leak was found so #63 was started in Hill City and took t... (more)
On the last day of the season, Black Hills Central Railroad #110, a 1928 Baldwin 2-6-6-2T, hauls a 7 car consist to Keystone, SD. Today's cars include (from front to rear) Edward Gillette, Blue Bi... (more)
On the last day of the season, locomotive 110 starts to climb the 6% grade of tin mill hill
Right after a heavy rain, BHC 110 is working hard on it's way to Keystone.
BHC 110 begins its climb up the 4% grade.
The whistle is sounded as the morning excursion rolls onto the Spring Creek trestle and approaches the Old Hill City Road crossing.
The crew fills the tender of the unique mallet engine before coupling to the train for the first excursion of the day. Larger crowds brought out 110 for the days activities.
BHC 110 carries the last train of the season through the fall colors.
A UP manifest comes into Cheyenne ready to rest from its journey.
The afternoon excursion from Hill City to Keystone slices through some pastures on its way to Keystone.
Clover Valley Lumber Co. Mallet #4 makes a runby on it's public debut special.
On a beautiful late winter's morning, the Pacific Locomotive Association's newly restored Clover Valley Lumber Co. Mallet #4 leads the 2013 Post-Winterail Photo Charter past "The Spot".