A chartered mixed train with the D&S 478 in drag as its former self, the DRGW 478, traverses the Highline in nice afternoon light.
Smoke box door from DandSNGRR 486 while in shop for repairs.
K36 486 leads its southbound train approaching the Animas River bridge in downtown Durango. Click ... (more)
K-36 #486 sits on the turntable on a frigid February night in Durango
Engineer Mike Nichols discusses the days plans with the train crew prior to departing Durango with the winter photographer's special.
Rio Grande #483 has just left Durango and is heading down the branch to Farmington, New Mexico, with loads of drilling mud and pipe. In a little over a year the branch will be abandoned and remove... (more)
D&S 480 crosses the Animas River in Durango. There aren't to many places in the world where you can see narrow gauge steam cross a bridge like this in a city.
D&S 478 splits the rock walls approaching Rockwood.
D&RGW 486 hugs the rock walls on its climb towards Rockwood.
D&RGW 482 works it's train through the cut at Rockwood before stopping to drop off passengers. Soon it will be on its way home.
D&RGW 478 works it's train through the cut at Rockwood before stopping to drop off passengers. Soon it will be on its way home.
D&RGW 476 rests inside the Durango & Silverton's Roundhouse museum. Visitors are allowed to climb in to the cab to see what the "head office" of a narrow gauge engine is like.
Even in the town of Durango some shots can look timeless. 486 is about 10 minutes from the end of her run.