Nevada Northern #40 exits the D&M Tunnel at the west end of Ely, Nevada on its return to the East Ely depot. The locomotive is the choice of power for today's 'Be The Engineer' rental which happe... (more)
Two Nevada Northern steam locomotives rest for the night inside NNRY’s enginehouse at East Ely, Nevada, on February 4, 2006. Baldwin 4-6-0 No. 40, built in 1910, and Alco 2-8-0 No. 93, built in 19... (more)
Nevada Northern 40 takes on water before continuing the afternoon's photo charter.
Nevada Northern Railway’s official machine shop cat, lovingly named “Dirt”, will rest comfortably over the next few evenings while locomotives #40 and #93 cool down inside the confines of the shop... (more)
Down by the depot. Open bulb with multiple flashes.
Nevada Northern Railway Baldwin 2-6-0 #40 in the Nevada Northern Shops for maintenance, minus its tender, in October of 2013.
Nevada Northern No. 40 heads towards Keystone with a work train.
In Her Natural HabitatNevada Northern 40 poses by the East Ely Depot, with the yard and coaling tower as a backdrop. The Nevada Northern is a unique place, with equipment and buildi... (more)
Pride in Their WorkAn enginehouse crew poses with Nevada Northern 40, showing a little pride in the dirty, thankless work of hosteling and maintaining these machines.
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The Nevada Northern engine house is a place where time stands still - especially when the talented Steve Crise provides professional lighting.
Nevada Northern No. 40 passes through tunnel 1 while hauling a cut of boxcars up the keystone route.
The 'Steptoe Valley Flyer', using the original First-Class passenger car #5 (built in 1882), the original Baggage/Railway Post Office car #20 (built in 1906), and pulled by their original 4-6-0 st... (more)