K-28 Class 473 runs light engine through the canyon back to Durango, seen here passing the waterfall and water spout at Tank Creek.
Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad’s Cascade train is about to cross 15th Street in Durango, Colorado, on the morning of August 30, 2021. Former Rio Grande K-28 No. 473 pulls the train th... (more)
Thunder on the Narrow Gauge Former Denver & Rio Grande Western K-28 No. 473 is working hard upgrade as it climbs out of the Animas River Valley towards Rockwood.
While being serviced after taking a train to Cascade and back, Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad’s K-28 2-8-2 No. 473 gets a spin on the turntable at Durango, Colorado, on the afternoon ... (more)
Durango & Silverton K-28 No. 473 is approaching Rockwood, Colorado, with the 0930 train to Cascade Canyon. One of the biggest complaints I heard from railfans that oppose D&SNG converting its eng... (more)
A northbound (timetable westbound) Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad passenger train has just crossed the Animas River while departing Durango, Colorado, on the morning of August 30, 2021.... (more)
As the last days of autumn wind down, 473 leads a doubleheader to Silverton along the banks of the Animas River.
Pops of color light up the Animas River Canyon as 473 crosses the high bridge back to Durango.
Doubleheaded K-28s stomp upgrade near Rockwood, Colorado, during the short time in 2018 that the railroad was able to run all the way from Durango to Silverton following the June 2018 fire. A mud... (more)
Steamscape: Whitehead Gulch. One of the most challenging, yet spectacular photo locations on the old D&RGW Silverton Line is this little spot at MP 491.95, about 5 miles south of Silverton.... (more)
The 9am steam train is just north of Durango at Trimble with a double header this day.
Durango Silverton 473 rounds the bend towards the mini-highline
DSNG 473 leads the Cascade Canyon steam up the hill near Hermosa water tank
DSNG 473 leads the 9:00 am Silverton Steam past 32nd street alongside the Animas River
It's a perfect spring day in Silverton as #473 makes the first of several crossings of the Animas River on its way back to Durango.