N&W J Class 4-8-4 611 breaking the silence on a clear Memorial Day Monday morning on it's way to Radford
Original Equipment. Although several of the locomotives in the current Cass stable are transplants, some of which came from as far away as the Pacific Coast, the two that you see here are W... (more)
Durango and Silverton's K-36 class Baldwin leads the second train of the morning from Durango to Silverton, Colorado.
High Altitude Turn. Cass Shay #5 slowly rumbles through the east leg of the wye on Cass Hill with her work train, as she is turned to face uphill in preparation for the 2017 tourist season.... (more)
A quick glance might have you thinking this photo was taken in the early 1930's as Durango and Silverton's #480 pulls into a depot. In fact the depot is the McDonalds that always does a booming b... (more)
Even if for only a brief moment, a glimpse of what an earlier period in time looked, sounded, and smelled like transcends generations when great machines of the past come to life.
The first section of todays Trains to Silverton rolls through Hermosa, with K-28 2-8-2 No. 473 leading. Hermosa is the headquarters of the D&SNGRR maintenance of way crew and the site of one the... (more)
Durango & Silverton 481 (2-8-2) crosses the 15th Street Bridge over the Animas River as it leaves Durango on its way to Silverton. The trip will take 3.5 hours and wind through some of the most b... (more)
Water at Oats Creek. The crew of Cass Shay #5 performs routine service on the running gear of their locomotive after taking water at the Oats Creek Tank. The locomotive is hauling three em... (more)
After several days of excursions on Red River Valley & Western trackage, to celebrate their 30th anniversary, Milwaukee Road 261 and its entourage head for home along BNSF's former Great Northern ... (more)
The soot-covered Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad’s 481 (2-8-2) was built in 1925 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works and is one of four K-36 class engines operated by the popular railroad.
The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad’s 480 (2-8-2) backs up to an area where it will blow off steam before lashing up to the passenger cars that it will take to Silverton, Colroado.
A reminder of the glory days of railroading, N&W 2156 sits on static display at the Virginia Museum of Transportation in Roanoke. The big articulated "Mallet" was built in the N&W Roanok... (more)
Pacific Steam Locomotive #425 deadheads back to Port Clinton, PA after a day of pulling excursions for the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway out of Jim Thorpe.
D&NE 28 makes a test run along the North Shore Scenic Railroad prior to its first official trips later this month.