The Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad's #480 steam engine is ready to leave Silverton and head back to home base in Durango.
As the storm clouds move in, the Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge #81 (2-8-2) catches a burst of sun while waiting in Silverton, Colorado for passengers to load up.
Frosty morning in Silverton Colorado as DRGW C-18 315 puts on a steam show.
The Georgetown Loop Railroad has a number of 'critters' that it uses to shuffle rolling stock. GRLX 21 is a 1940's GE 44 ton diesel that was donated to the Colorado Historical Society (for use by ... (more)
Durango & Silverton 480 gets a thorough check prior to picking up passengers in Silverton for the ride back to Durango.
As luck would have it, I happened to drop in to Silverton for a quick afternoon pit stop when I heard a steam whistle much later in the afternoon than usual. Upon further inspection, it was the D&... (more)
Former D&RGW K36 #482 in Silverton.
480 ist leaving Silverton.
K36 #481 in Silverton
Climbing the Million Dollar Highway from Silverton south toward Molas Pass affords a couple quick views of the town of Silverton. Here, four of DSNG's steam locomotives are visible (three of them... (more)
D&SNG K28 #478 (former D&RGW) on his way from Silverton to Durango, leaving Silverton.
When a K37 ran on the Silverton line. Later it was traded to the Cumbres and Toltec where it had trouble staying on the rails.
Afternoon train leavin Silverton and crossing The Animas river
The last train of the day leaving Silverton, and coasting down the Animas River, on a stormy afternoon.