Wrapping up a day's excursion, D&S #478 coasts into Durango only minutes away from the severed end of the line at the roundhouse.
Durango and Silverton's K-28 #478 leaves the open valley of Silverton on it's trek South to Durango.
Back lighting seemed par for the course Sunday on our photo charter, still, a few opportunities were to be had. This was one of 7 runby locations offered up by the D&S.
The conductors of the day's first train to Durango take a break by the river while the engine refills on water.
D&S 478 dressed as its old self DRGW 478 pulls a "Silverton Mixed" by what I call Rockwall, due to the shear cliff towering over the track on the narrow shelf. This is one of the more spectacular... (more)
DSNG 478 has left Silverton a few minutes ago and is storming towards Durango with a David Rodgers photo charter train.
The early morning train is arriving at Silverton. The sun is still hidden behind the mountains.
Engine 478 just arrived at the Silverton station with a freight train