D&S 473 is deadheading back to Durango after trailing 2nd on a double header to Silverton
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.
Led by K-37 Mikado No. 493 is a northbound (timetable westbound, historically) Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad train and is approaching 15th Street in Durango, Colorado, on the morning o... (more)
Unfortunately for those familiar with CW McCall's song "The Silverton Train," the Animas River Gorge only finds itself 230-ish feet from rail to river, as opposed to the 400-feet McCall ... (more)
D&S 473 goes through the Rockwood Cut while arriving in Rockwood on the return trip back to Durango.
In the afternoon light, Durango & Silverton 473 rolls downhill along Highway 550
Durango & Silverton 482 passes Milepost 470, strutting along the rock shelf high above the Animas River.
Durango & Silverton 476 exits the Durango Yard Limit, crossing over the Animas River.
Durango & Silverton 473 charges upgrade through the cut at Rockwood, cresting the short southbound grade.
High above the Animas River, Durango & Silverton 480 leads the Cascade Train southward through the most scenic place on the railroad, the world famous Highline.