The train is light, but heavy for 104. The tank engine works hard to tug the train up the 4% grade.
Taking on water in Keystone.
On the way from Keystone back to Hill City
Black Hills Central 108 gives us a good profile shot as she works the yard at Hill City after a day's runs.
The drive wheels off of ex-Peninsula Terminal 2-6-2T 103 sit on a side track; sister 104, which is operational, rests in the background with 2-6-2 No. 7 and 2-6-6-2T 110.
Dropping downgrade out of Oblivion heading towards Palmer's Gulch.
Heading upgrade out of Keystone on the last run of the day.
Mike Grimm starting the air compressor on this 1926 Baldwin 2-6-2T.
Engineer Jerry Drager drains the air tank on No. 104 prior to the first run of the day.
No. 104 leads No. 7 upgrade out of Keystone heading for Hill City.