Clinging to the cliff high above the Animas River, A Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge train creeps westbound (northbound) on the High Line outside Rockwood, Colorado, on August 24, 2006.
Traversing remote Cascade Canyon at milepost 477, a Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge train follows the Animas River east (south) of Cascade, Colorado, on the afternoon of August 30, 2006.
A mighty tight fit. Durango & Silverton's K-36 #482 looks as if she's passing a wall of ancient stone carvings, as she tip-toes along the High Line with Train 261, the daily Cascade Canyon ... (more)
After Making a Quick Stop to Pick up a few passangers in Rockwood Colorado, DSNG 482 slowly and carefully snakes its way through the San Juan Mountains while on the Railroads "High Line"... (more)
Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Engine Number 482 Rests at the Cascade Canyon as part of the railroad's Winter Train Operation.
Durango and Silverton 482 leads the first train of the 2014 Summer Season into Rockwood Colorado.
First train of 2014 runs out of the Animas River Canyon and into Bakers Park on the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad past Cataract Falls (Look above the rear cars)
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.
Running the High Line. At a stately 5 mph, the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad's Winter Train crawls along the rock ledge east of Rockwood, Colorado on its return from Cascade Can... (more)
Up on the Roof. That's a bit how I felt the first time I looked through my lens from this position. From a vantage point roughly 100 feet above the old D&RG High Line, and nearly 500 feet ... (more)
Time to go to work. For most of the 11-mile journey from Durango to Hermosa, the Firemen on the Silverton Trains can take it easy. Running on nearly flat country, the big K-36s are loafing... (more)
Goooood Morning Durango!. DSNG Locomotive 482, with Engineer Mike Nichols on the throttle, leads the 8:30 AM Silverton Train across the Animas River in Downtown Durango on a sunny August mo... (more)
As seen from a different perspective, the second train of the morning passes Rockwood in beautiful morning light.
The last train of the day leaving Silverton, and coasting down the Animas River, on a stormy afternoon.