Night Photo Session during the Nevada Northern Winter Photo Spectacular.
Nevada Northern #40 heads for Ely with a short passenger train.
Nevada Northern 93 glides light past the East Ely depot to switch cars
93 works the grade on the final approach to High Line Junction
A power line-up. It's just after dawn on a cold morning in February, and the locomotives of the Nevada Northern Railway are getting ready for work. Pictured here are the four work horses t... (more)
All aboard for McGill. In a scene reminiscent of operations in the 1920s, passengers leave the warmth of the depot waiting room to board Nevada Northern's Steptoe Flyer, for the snowy commu... (more)
It's 5:41 am and work is underway to prep the #93 & #40 for the days activities.
Just a little more......GOOD! Nevada Northern Railway Museum Director Mark Bassett marshals Locomotive 93 into its stall in the East Ely Engine House after a day of operations during the 20... (more)
Morning mixed to Keystone. Nevada Northern Locomotives 40 and 93 haul a mixed consist south into Robinson Canyon on the way to the mines district at Keystone.
Although I have seen phot... (more)
Nevada Northern ten-wheeler No. 40 pulls a short passenger train across a fill on the Hi Line at Adverse, Nevada, on February 3, 2007.
Calling out The Hook. The beefy Nevada Northern Consolidation #93 withdraws the line's Steam Wrecking Crane A and its companion outfit/tool car from their home in the Machine Shop at the so... (more)
Wig-Wags! Nevada Northern's Alco #93 rumbles past one of two recently-restored Wig-Wag Crossing Signals as it enters the East Ely Yard with a hopper train. The signals guard a 3-track cros... (more)
Where do you find parts for a 100 year-old steam engine? The answer is....you usually don't FIND them, more often then not, you have to MAKE them. At the Nevada Northern Railway Museum, th... (more)
Ely's Engine House Queen. Parked in the far back of the East Ely Engine House, sits the one piece of Nevada Northern's historic equipment that has not moved an inch since I started visiting... (more)
Trouble on the Adverse Branch. Nevada Northern's wreck train holds the siding at Lavon to allow the passage of a scheduled southbound passenger train, before continuing north to McGill. Wi... (more)