Nevada Northern ALCOs No. 105 and 109 working hard with their ore train in the pouring rain.
Nevada Northern prepares to leave Ely yard in great morning sunlight. The train would then head west for a large group of photographers during the 2017 annual weekend photo charter.
With employee's aside, Nevada Northern 40 shows off during the annual night time engine house photoshoot at the Nevada Northern Railway. If you haven't done so yet, put this weekend photo shoot on... (more)
Nevada Northern No. 109 with the wrecker heading towards Keystone.
A Timeless PlaceThe Nevada Northern is well known as a place frozen in time, giving endless opportunities for photographers to turn back the clock a century. It is very likely scene... (more)
Goose it, 109!Nevada Northern's RS-3/Rs-2 lashup bolts into the yard at East Ely with an empty ore train. The RS-3 has recently had 12 New Old Stock (NOS) cylinder liners installed... (more)
Kennecott Copper RS-2 Co 105 is paired with RS-3 109 as they maneuver around the yard.
A quiet night at the yard in Ely.
Nevada Northern 109 heads south along the averse branch towards Ely.
Look at Me, I'm a Steam Locomotive!Nevada Northern's pair of ALCo RS locomotives do what ALCos do: smoke like a steamer. Ironically, #109 doesn't smoke as badly now that she has had... (more)
Mile HighNevada Northern 4-6-0 #40 sends a exhaust plume high in the air as she climbs towards Moser Cut.
Snow begins to fall as Nevada Northern No. 40 races towards Ely with the Steptoe Valley Flyer, passing through tunnel 1.
NNRy 40 climbs upgrade out of the one remaining tunnel on the line to Ruth, NV.
Right at HomeNevada Northern 4-6-0 #40 posed for a few short minutes at the coaling tower before turning for the next morning's photo runs towards Keystone.