Leaving Silverton, Baldwin k-28 leads the first section of the days trains back to Durango along the Animas River.
With dignitaries from the Railroad Commission on board, No. 487 has backed its train into the Cumbres snowshed to drop them off for lunch at the new pavilion.
Returning to Alamosa from Monte Vista
Deadheading to Denver for the annual Frontier Days Special, No. 844 charges through Platteville Colorado. Congratulations to the entire Union Pacific Steam Crew, Union Pacific Railroad, and every... (more)
As afternoon storm clouds roll across northern Colorado Union Pacific FEF-3 #844 storms through Ault on UP's Greeley Subdivision, the abandoned Farr's Feed elevator provides the backdrop for the b... (more)
The snow has been coming down hard all morning, but the clouds are lifting a bit as the Durango & Silverton's Cascade Canyon winter train departs Rockwood station.
Still lettered "Rio Grande" for a special steam charter trip earlier in the week, C&TS K36 484 leads a long 11-car train 215 west out of Chama with caboose 0306 on the rear.
For the nex... (more)
Storms are rolling into Cripple Creek as Porter No. 3 heads towards town. No. 3 has been in service on the CC&V since 1967; it was acquired from the Mexican mining company Cia. Metalurgica Mexica... (more)
Now arriving from Durango....The Sil-ver-ton! It's just past noon and Train 462, the second of two daily departures from Durango is passing the 1882-vintage D&RGW depot in Silverton, Colora... (more)
Union Pacific 8444 is running fast in perfect sunlight at Masters, Colorado.
K36 #481 hauling a train from Durango to Silverton
D&SNG K36 #481 on the High Line between Durango and Silverton. The train is on the way to Silverton
After A trip to the Cascade Canyon and back, the DSNG 482 Arrives back in Downtown Durango. The DSNG 482 has a wheel arrangement of 2-8-2 and was built by Baldwin in 1925 as DRGW 482.
Union Pacific Nos. 844 and 3985 doublehead on the annual Cheyenne Frontier Days train as the train storms through Hazeltine (Rolla), Colorado, on July 23, 2005.
Shay #9 leads the train back from Georgetown to Silver Plume. The train is seen putting on a show for a few people at the Devil's Gate Station.