Crossroads in monochrome. DRGW Mudhen #464 awaits its next call to duty at the Crossroads Village water tank alongside stablemate 10-wheeler US 152 on a cold evening in January.
Colorado...er...Michigan Narrow Gauge. At first glance, this looks like it could be a scene from one of the D&RGW legacy lines such as the Cumbres & Toltec or the Durango & Silverton....ex... (more)
Crossing icy Mott Lake......or at least a little piece of it. The Huckleberry Railroad's D&RGW K-27 Locomotive #464 hauls her passenger train across the short wooden trestle on the outskir... (more)
Huckleberry Dawn. The first rays of the cold January sunrise filter through the trees surrounding the Huckleberry Railroad shops as the steam crew brings Locomotives 464 and 152 up to opera... (more)
The Huckleberry Railroad is a 3ft narrow gage railroad located on an old logging rail line in Genesse, MI. The Huckleberry Railroad is using their DRGW 2-8-2, built in 1903, to pull their annual H... (more)
Huckleberry Railroad photo special crosses the new Butternut Creek Trestle.
Mudhen in the rain. In a steady downpour, the Huckleberry Railroad's noontime excursion train rounds the turning loop at the east end of the line and heads back toward Crossroads Village. ... (more)
Mudhen! Of all the D&RGW K-series locomotives, the 62-ton K-27, nicknamed "Mudhen" gets my personal vote as the most photogenic. Built in 1903, these little Baldwin beauties had a distinc... (more)
The Huckleberry Railroad's K-27 "Mudhen" pulls the 4PM excursion train eastbound across the Genesee Trestle on a rather gloomy Friday. Locomotive 464 is one of only two remaining examples of the ... (more)
The Huckleberry Railroad's excursion train emerges from the Michigan woods and enters the railroad's East Loop near Milepost 4. The Huckleberry is fairly unique among tourist railroads in that i... (more)
Mudhen Pan. No folks, this isn't Colorado, it's Michigan. Here's a 1/13 second panning shot of a Baldwin K-27 "Mudhen" as she negotiates the West Loop on the Huckleberry Railroad in Flint.... (more)
Cab of 464
During a Christmas run on the Huckleberry railroad. The fireman keeps the fire in constant order on this “hand bomber” engine.
DRGW 464 has been Temporarily renumbered to 453 for Railfan Weekend in August of 2006
D&RGW 464 rests after a long night of pulling Christmas trains.