No. 93 gets a needed bath as No. 40 is steamed up for the winter photo charter.
Sunrise at Steptoe Creek. While #40 was not generally found on freight trains, this little consist made a pretty sight on the long Steptoe fill.
Nevada Northern 2-8-0 No. 93 backs out of the East Ely shop in the early morning hours. Stablemate 4-6-0 No. 40 was sitting cold inside the shop.
As the passengers board for their ghostly ride in the Nevada country side. This 1910 Baldwin steam locomotive prepares to depart for an evening ghostly ride.
Nevada Northern Ten-wheeler #40 leads NNRy Consolidation #93 down the south leg of the Keystone Wye for the return trip to East Ely.
Nevada Northern Railway employees finish up painting 40 before she returns to service after repairs.
KCC 93 is switching the East Ely yard when NN40 arrives with a passenger train. All staged of course. Even though the 93 now normally wears NN lettering, it was actually a KCC engine and wore the... (more)
A Joel Jensen photo spectacular weekend on the NN.
This 1910 Baldwin engine was being repaired in the back shop.
A view from the other side of the tracks shows the creek still partially ice covered.
Nevada Northern passenger train silhouetted against the low morning sun.