Portrait of the TCDD Mikado 46 105, built in England in 1932 by Robert Stephenson & Co. In 1997, #105 was the unique engine of the class to be operational.
During the summer of 2020, the Durango and Silverton was not operating revenue passenger trains between its titular towns, instead merely running between Rockwood and Cascade Canyon. However, equi... (more)
Tremont and Gulf 30 climbs the grade on the S curve outside of Java.
Low clouds and steady rain make for a dramatic scene as the Durango & Silverton's No. 473 enters one of several narrow rock cuts between the high line and Rockwood.
Tremont and Gulf 30 climbs the 2% grade at the Oakland Crossing.
No. 480 emerges from the Animas Canyon on its first run to Silverton as an oil burner.
Tremont and Gulf 30 passes through the double crossing in Jarvis.
141TD 740 and 140C 38 side by side in Limoges-Puy-Imbert
Steam powered freight survives in the Animas Valley as #480 returns home after its first Silverton test run since converting to oil.
After making its first test run to Silverton since converting to burn oil, #480 crosses the Animas River on its return trip to Durango
TCDD Mikado 46 105 is leaving the Sirinyer station near Izmir with a mixed train to Camlik..