Black Hills Central 2-5-2 No. 7 runs around its train at Keystone Junction on a lazy summer afternoon in 1995.
Black Hills Central #110 headed into Keystone, SD
The afternoon excursion from Hill City to Keystone slices through some pastures on its way to Keystone.
Old #110 shows its articulating capabilities as it negotiates a sharp curve on its way east to Keystone.
Westbound "1880's Train" works uphill out of Keystone on the old CB&Q tracks.
Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. 2-6-6-2T #110, now in tourist service on the Black Hills Central Railroad, is seen in this pacing shot taken at dusk.
Taking on water in Keystone.
When the tracks in Echo Canyon washed out in 1972, Burlington Northern scaled back service on the Keystone Spur to a new siding a mile upstream from town dubbed "Keystone Junction." It was also t... (more)
No. 63 whistles for another crossing near Keystone. This particular grade crossing is seen in the Disney movie "Scandalous John," the scene where BHC 2-6-2 hits a truck.
BHC No. 63 heads downgrade for Keystone with the first run of the day on August 18, 2011.
Black Hills Central GP9 63 crosses a small trestle as it nears the end of the line at Keystone.
Heading upgrade out of Keystone on the last run of the day.
No. 110 with seven coaches rolling through Keystone Junction, which is where the ride terminated from 1972-2000 before the track was rebuilt into Keystone proper.
No. 104 leads No. 7 upgrade out of Keystone heading for Hill City.
The impressive front end of 2-6-2 No. 7, built by Baldwin in 1919. The large diamond stack was added for a Disney movie filmed on the Black Hills Central during the 1970s.