The regular D&SNG passenger train behind K-36 locomotive 480 passes "Extra E&P #4", a photo special with Dan Markoff's Eureka & Palisade Number 4, "The Eureka", a wood-burning ... (more)
D&RGW lettered K-36 locomotives 489 and 484 pose atop Cumbres Pass alongside an interloper from the Rio Grande Southern. Michael R. Ripley [Rio Grande NG Photographer] provided the lighting (sync... (more)
Diesels on "The Silverton": Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad locomotive #7, "Big Al", pulls recently-shopped passenger cars #331 "Trimble" and #336 "Roc... (more)
After taking water at Cresco tank, Engineer Jeff Stebbins is getting his train underway. While starting his train on the 4% grade to Cumbres Pass, Jeff is also keeping an eye on the photo line, t... (more)
Extra 484 East, with helper locomotive #489, climbs Cumbres Pass during a Historic Transport Preservation (SteamSpecials) photography charter led by Michael Allen and John B. West.
Tweetsie (ET&WNC) #12 has just been cut off from its train and is headed to the locomotive shop, as the sun sets on another fun-filled day at the Tweetsie Amusement Park!
The D&SNG employees who worked the annual Fall Photographer's Special pose for the traditional group photograph at Milepost 469.5. This was the first of two completely sold-out Fall Photo Trains ... (more)
Work Extra 473 East has just entered Durango yard limits and is crossing the Animas River for the last time today. This was the second of two completely sold-out Fall Photo Trains run by the D&SN... (more)
D&SNG K-28 #473 turns on the Elk Park Wye (Milepost 490.67) as the photoline gets their shots. This was the D&SNG's 26th Annual Fall Photo Train event.
Extra 484 East, with midtrain helper locomotive #489, takes on water at Los Pinos tank during a Historic Transport Preservation (SteamSpecials) photography charter led by Michael Allen and John B.... (more)
C&TS winter photo charter operated by Historic Transportation Preservation, Inc. (Steam Specials).
Work Extra 489 West, a flanger train, arrives at Sublette, New Mexico. Train was a photo charter operated by Historic Transportation Preservation, Inc. (Steam Specials)