As the sun breaks through the morning mist, 618 approaches the crossing while a pair of horses nuzzle in the background.
K-36 no. 482 pops into view, heading up the Animas River towards Cascade on a freight charter.
K-36 no. 482 casts a tall shadow on the cliffs as it heads towards Rockwood and the end of a winter freight charter.
Ten wheeler no. 40 crosses the high fill near the end of the Adverse branch on another outstanding Nevada Northern Winter Spectacular weekend.
The secret is out, the Heber Valley is the place to be for winter steam photography! It's warmed up and the beaver pond has melted enough to reveal a great reflection!
The secret is out, the Heber Valley is the place to be for winter steam photography! Annie Bruehl waits at the Edwards Lane crossing for UP 618 to pass by her completely original 1953 Buick.
With only two minutes of light remaining, NN #93 charges past the photo line on the 2007 Winter Spectacular.
Well, it's unlocked and it doesn't say no railfans! Sign by the Nevada Northern Railway shops employee entrance.
Gee, I wonder what this lever does? Actually, he's releasing the last bit of steam before removing the whistle prior to 93 being trucked back to Ely after working the Winter Olympics trains.
Unloading LCL freight at Charleston.
Extra 497 West heads across the flats west of Antonito, with 484 cut in as the mid train helper. Compare this with shots by John West, taken 30 years earlier. Railroad: Cumbres & Toltec Scenic RailroadLocomotive: Steam 2-8-2Location: Antonito, Colorado, USALocomotive #: CTS 497Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: October 25, 1992
Extra 497 West heads across the flats, with Antonito in the distance. Compare this with shots by John West, taken 30 years earlier. ... (more)
A GEA class Beyer Garratt storms up the west side of the Montagu Pass, past the twin peaks, a couple of kilometers beyond Camfer.
A Pair of class 24 2-8-4's smoke it up at sunset, en route from Oudshoorn to Klipplaat.
At the throttle of Shay No. 4, 92 year old Harold Allen brings the maple sap buckets up at the end of the syrup season. This mile long line had two Shays and hauled logs, maple sap and the occasi... (more)