Eureka goes green. Eureka & Palisade #4 "Eureka" has a slightly different look to her excursion consist this day, as the folks from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad have tempor... (more)
Eureka after hours. With their locomotive steamed up and ready for the excursions in the days to follow, the crew of Eureka & Palisade #4 "Eureka" puts together the passenger cons... (more)
There's a reason why they call it "The High Line." Engineer Dan Markoff has an eagle eye on the track as he cautiously guides his Eureka & Palisade #4 "Eureka" around the High Line horsesho... (more)
Eureka on the High Line. Regardless of what locomotive you're riding behind, one of the highlights of any excursion on the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad is a trip across the Hig... (more)
Steamed and ready in Silverton. Just a few minutes past the alpine sunrise in Silverton, Colorado, Eureka & Palisade #4 sits in front of the old D&RGW Freight House, fully steamed for the d... (more)
Stepping out on the High Bridge. On a beautiful, summer morning, Eureka & Palisade #4 "Eureka" steps onto the High Bridge over the Animas River Gorge at Tacoma, Colorado (MP 471.2... (more)
Passing Tall Timber Resort. Sporting his signature brown leather vest and black bowler hat, Engineer Dan Markoff takes his Eureka & Palisade Locomotive #4 north through the property of the ... (more)
A long way from home. On a summer afternoon, Eureka & Palisade #4 "Eureka" charges across the 1887-vintage, wrought iron trestle at Tefft (MP 477.80), as she makes her way south t... (more)
Eureka and Palisade 4-4-0 No. 4 crawls along the High Line as it leaves Animas River Canyon into Rockwood, Colorado, on the afternoon of August 22, 2003.
Eureka and Palisades No. 4 heads south out of Silverton, Colorado, on the bright morning of August 24, 2010. Instead of the colorful yellow coach and caboose that No. 4 usually pulls, two D&SNG co... (more)
The crew of Eureka & Palisade 4 fires the locomotive as it proceeds northbound, along the Animas River, south of Silverton, Colorado.
The Fraternal Order of Wood Lobbers. That's the unofficial moniker that one crewman used to describe the team that runs Eureka & Palisade #4. Here, the F.O.W.L. can be seen doing their thi... (more)
Thanks for the memories!. With the conclusion of the 2012 Railfest Event in Durango today, we may well have seen the final revenue run of the iconic Eureka & Palisade #4; the last wood-burn... (more)
Eureka on the High Bridge. A late August afternoon finds the 1875-vintage Eureka & Palisade Number 4 hauling a passenger extra across the famous High Bridge above the Animas River at Tacoma... (more)
Silverton Departure. Conductor George Swift is silhouetted against a cloud of steam as he watches his Durango-bound passenger extra switch onto the main line at Silverton Depot. The power... (more)