Amtrak 461 the Valley Flyer, departs Wallingford station on a balmy 20-degree morning. The Valley Flyer service runs between Greenfield, MA and New Haven, CT, with 12 intermediate station stops. A... (more)
Shuttle 461, with a freshly painted cab car roof and nose, departs Wallingford station.
Shuttle 461 departs Wallingford. The train makes a connection with Northeast Regional 161 at New Haven Union Station.
45 miles thru the Animas Canyon.... Dwarfed by the towering cliffs above, Train 461 - "The Silverton" winds her way along the Rio de las Animas Perdidas, just south of the Needlet... (more)
Up on the Roof. That's a bit how I felt the first time I looked through my lens from this position. From a vantage point roughly 100 feet above the old D&RG High Line, and nearly 500 feet ... (more)
Time to go to work. For most of the 11-mile journey from Durango to Hermosa, the Firemen on the Silverton Trains can take it easy. Running on nearly flat country, the big K-36s are loafing... (more)
Goooood Morning Durango!. DSNG Locomotive 482, with Engineer Mike Nichols on the throttle, leads the 8:30 AM Silverton Train across the Animas River in Downtown Durango on a sunny August mo... (more)
The most photogenic spot on the very photogenic Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad has to be the place you see here. Just before the northbound trains reach Rockwood, they climb th... (more)
On a crisp Colorado morning, Engineer John Hillier highballs through Cascade Canyon with locomotive #481, on train 461. The 8:15 "Silverton Mixed."
Talgo 'Mare Nostrum' is approaching to Cartagena. These locos are eqquiped with a 16-645E3 engine, D78B traction motors, EM2000 microprocessor, and a top speed of 89 Mph.