480 leads the Cascade train next to Shalona Lake near Rockwood.
473 and 482 lead the Silverton doubleheader through Elbert Creek before arriving in Rockwood.
D&S 473 pulls the 9am Silverton train out of Durango.
D&S 480 passes through Home Ranch with the Cascade Train outside of Durango.
D&S 482 snakes through the famous and gorgeous highline.
Under the watchful eye of the train crew, Section 463 clings to the side of the mountain as it weaves its way along the famous High Line of the D&RGW Silverton Branch. A section to 463 was run to ... (more)
Looking high above the famous High Line we see K-36 Class 480 on train 261 to Cascade Canyon.
A mixture of rain, fog, and hail drift through the San Juan Mountains as a Durango & Silverton doubleheader led by SP 18 passes by what remains of Cataract Falls. After an extended hiatus due to t... (more)
Dawn breaks over Missionary Ridge as an empty early morning train works its way from Durango up to Rockwood, where the Durango & Silverton temporarily based their operations during height of the C... (more)
K-28 Class 473 runs light engine through the canyon back to Durango, seen here passing the waterfall and water spout at Tank Creek.
K-36 Class 480 and K-28 Class 473 exchange duties at Silverton Wye after running North from Durango with train 463. Engine 473 will take the train home, while 480 will run light engine back down t... (more)
Engineer Russell and Fireman Kylah make it rain over the Animas River as they ease Durango-bound train 464 across High Bridge.
Don't Go Chasing Waterfalls
Burning a clean stack under the watchful eye of a great fireman, Durango and Silverton 480 rounds one of the final bends of the famed Silverton Branch... (more)
Rumors of my demise were greatly exaggerated
Under skies threatening of rain (please, send a lot to the southwest!), Durango and Silverton 480 makes its way home with a clean sta... (more)
Water stop at the Needleton tank for the DSNG 478 on the way from Silverton to Durango.