Eureka leads Glenbrook through the scrub at rural Big Horn, Colorado. One of several great scenes set up for photographers during the Victorian Iron Horse Roundup.
Eureka and Glenbrook are making a photo runby at Hangman's Trestle near Antonito on the August 25, 2021, photo trip to Big Horn and return. This area of Colorado resembles the area in Nevada wher... (more)
Eureka and Glenbrook, with Stathi Pappas at the throttle, are making some switching moves in the Antonito yard. There was much to see, even late into the evening, during the Victorian Iron Horse ... (more)
Eureka and Glenbrook steaming at the Antonito Yard Limit board prior to pulling a photo charter to Big Horn on the Cumbres & Toltec. The crews weren't sure that the pair could pull the heavy cons... (more)
Nevada Northern No. 40 cruises back into Ely after making the journey to Ruth to turn the two passenger cars in tow for the following days photographer special.
Virginia & Truckee standard gauge 4-4-0 #22 "INYO" and narrow gauge 2-6-0 "GLENBROOK" bask in the morning sun outside the engine shed at the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Car... (more)
American-type steam locomotive, class 4-4-0, manufactured in the United States by Baldwin Locomotive Works, in 1891, manufacturing registration No. 11,824. It integrated the assets of the Sorocaba... (more)
Bound for Big Horn. Eureka & Palisade Locomotive #4 "Eureka" and Carson & Tahoe Lumber & Fluming Co. #1 "Glenbrook" haul a late 1800s period mixed train westbound on Col... (more)
Making their charge for the hill. Under a beautiful, blue, New Mexico sky, Eureka & Palisade #4 and Carson & Tahoe Lumber & Fluming Co. #1 take their short passenger consist past the iconic... (more)
Steamscape: Rio de Los Pinos Trestle. Eureka & Palisade #4 and Carson & Tahoe Lumber & Fluming Company #1 cross the Rio de Los Pinos on the 175' wooden pile trestle at MP 324.52, as they ha... (more)
Four pre-20th century steam locomotives gathered in Antonito, Colorado, for the Victorian Iron Horse Roundup. Its even more amazing when you realize that only "Eureka" was operable 20 y... (more)
A Quarter Century of Change Eureka was state-of-the-art when Baldwin built it in 1875. Likewise for Rio Grande Southern 20, which Schenectady built for the Florence & Cripple Creek in 189... (more)
Wood, Coal, and Oil A rare sight for sure. Six steam locomotives burning three different forms of fuel all gathered in one place, and all under steam at the same time. A sight to b... (more)
Steamscape: The view from Big Horn Peak. Looking down from the northern slope of Big Horn Peak, on the Colorado/New Mexico Border, we watch as Eureka & Palisade #4 and Carson & Tahoe Lumber... (more)