Nevada Northern Consolidation Nr. 93 and Diesel Alco RS-3 109 await departure for photographers special train amidst a snowstorm.
Amidst falling snow, Nevada Northerns venerable Consolidation is switching East Ely Yard prior to departure for a photographers special charter in February 2004.
Steeped in Blue
Steam on High - The NNRY is one of the few American railroads to retain all of its original buildings and infrastructure, largely unmolested. The shooting possibilities are endless.
Nevada Northern steam locomotive # 93, an American Locomotive 2-8-0 Consolidation built in 1909, is seen here in the locomotive engine house at the Nevada Northern Railroad. The event was staged f... (more)
Locomotive 93 is pulling the train off the dock and will come to a halt and wait for clearance to enter the mainline. The dock and cruise ship is a short distance in back of the train. The dock is... (more)
Just before the sun dropped below the hills, its last rays warmed the scene, catching 93 with rods down, reflecting the elusive glint from boiler, motion and tender. Five minutes later, the Stept... (more)
After shooting the wreck train at Mosier, it's back in the truck and the chase is on!
93's train gets a rollby from 40's crew at the remote siding of Lavan on the the Hiline.
Nevada Northern's 2-8-0 emerges into sunlight made more brilliant by the previous night's snowfall.
Afternoon sun beams highlight the smoke from no. 93, steaming quietly in the Nevada Northern shops.
With only two minutes of light remaining, NN #93 charges past the photo line on the 2007 Winter Spectacular.
2007 winter steam photo shoot
Nevada Northern 93 climbs the hill on the Keystone branch after departing East Ely yard.
Nevada Northern 93 exits the tunnel on the way towards Keystone.