Western Maryland 1309 thunders up the mountainous grades at West Sunnyside
Western Maryland 1309 rounds the famous Helmstetter's Curve. This shot was taken from Price Hill, named for famed WM railroad photographer, William Price.
Western Maryland Scenic Railroad 1309 turns day into night, smoking up a storm as she powers a train of hoppers upgrade at Sunnyside.
Durango & Silverton 473 rolls downhill at Home Ranch as thunderheads form over the mountains.
Durango & Silverton 476 threads the needle through a tight cut at Rockwood, returning home light after double heading with 473.
Durango & Silverton 473 and 476 roll over the crossing just off the station platform at Durango, preparing to couple up to the days consist.
Durango & Silverton 476 leads a K-28 doubleheader through Hermosa Meadows.
Durango and Silver 473 & 476 thunder upgrade over the Shalona Lake Crossing, with whistle and stack talk echoing through the canyon.
"Soaring above Shalona Lake" - Durango and Silverton 476 and 473 hug the cliff as they work upgrade past the beautiful Shalona Lake.
Cumbres & Toltec 484 navigates a curve nearby the historic stock pens in Chama, NM.
Cumbres & Toltec 484 struggles to hold onto the wet rails as she slips upgrade at Stateline Curve.
Cumbres & Toltec 484 powers up the 4% grade through Colorado's ruthless summer thunderstorms.
Windy Point looms in the background as Cumbres & Toltec 484 passes Perry's Pond.
Cumbres & Toltec 484 leads Train 215 down the 4% at a spot known as the "S" Curve.
"Coxo Crossing" - Cumbres and Toltec 484 works up toward Cumbres at a popular location for photographers, the Highway 17 Crossing at Coxo.