She's alive. Nevada Northern 81 is all steamed up for the send off of number 40. When I visited the Nevada Northern for the first time in the summer of 2006, I never dreamed. That this little engi... (more)
110 year old number 40 shows off her beauty. As another day draws to an end. The fire has now been extinguished in her, and we won't see her for a couple years. When she returns, I'm sure she will... (more)
Nevada Northern number 40 and 93 are pulling forward to start loading the passengers. Saturday October 17 was number 40's big celebration, for it's send off. As It goes down for it boiler inspect... (more)
Not the most photogenic lighting situation. But a truly historic moment. As part of the sendoff celebration for number 40. All three Nevada Northern steam locomotives 81, 40, 93, are all under ste... (more)
Nevada Northern announced they were going to be having a send off, for number 40 on Saturday, October 17. The 40's last run was supposed to be the 17th before it goes down for in 15 year boiler te... (more)
In the solitude of the Nevada desert.
Portrait of the ten wheeler #40 at the Ely station. The locomotive has been built by Baldwin in 1910. It has been ordered new for the Nevada Northern Railway and has spent all its life on this lin... (more)
Train crossing in the desert. #40 is waiting in the siding until #93 has cleared the line.
Nevada Northern Railway #40 is running through the snowy Nevada desert with a short mixed train on a beautiful sunny winter day.
A layer of fresh snow fallen overnight covers the Nevada desert. The silense of the place is only briefly broken by the passage of this mixed train hauled by the ten wheeler #40.
Nevada Northern Railway Baldwin 2-6-0 #40 in the Nevada Northern Shops for maintenance, minus its tender, in October of 2013.
Flying the white flags of an extra Nevada Northern RS3 109 leads a work train past the shop buildings of the Nevada Northern Railway on a beautiful but cold Sunday.
Nevada Northern 40 runs around the train at Lane City in the setting sun.
Nevada Northern 40 on the Steptoe Valley Flyer.