On display in the Durango Museum, Engine 42 was one of the 2-8-0 locomotives built by Baldwin in 1887 for the D&RG. In November 1916 the engine was sold to the Rio Grande Southern and was used til... (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)
One of the highlights of the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad’s 2010 Railfest has been this consist of green passenger cars pulled by C-18 class consolidation #315. This entire consist wa... (more)
The Durango and Silverton Railroad.
Durango and Silverton, ex Rio Grande, #482 crosses over the high bridge en-route back to Durango, CO.
What was supposed to be a routine maintenance check turned into a 5 hour long repair of a drive wheel spring holder.
At 4:00am, crew members at the Durango and Silverton take a few minute break before going outside to ready the locomotives for the day's run to Silverton. In just a few minutes time, these same cr... (more)
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)
Running through the San Juan National Forest. A railfan special during a narrow gauge convention.
This K-28 has a bear trap on its stack C&S style.
The D&S Valentine's Special was run the day before Valentine's Day since the Winter Photographers Special was scheduled for Sunday. Judging from the number of red cars, the proportion of passenge... (more)
Homeward Bound. An afternoon train from Silverton comes off the Animas River Bridge on the outskirts of Durango and will shortly be arriving back at Durango Station. On point today is #482... (more)