Durango and Silverton's 481 backs into the yard to connect to the passenger cars that will take railfans to Silverton.
Durango and Silverton's K-36 class Baldwin leads the second train of the morning from Durango to Silverton, Colorado.
A quick glance might have you thinking this photo was taken in the early 1930's as Durango and Silverton's #480 pulls into a depot. In fact the depot is the McDonalds that always does a booming b... (more)
Durango & Silverton 481 (2-8-2) crosses the 15th Street Bridge over the Animas River as it leaves Durango on its way to Silverton. The trip will take 3.5 hours and wind through some of the most b... (more)
The soot-covered Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad’s 481 (2-8-2) was built in 1925 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works and is one of four K-36 class engines operated by the popular railroad.
The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad’s 480 (2-8-2) backs up to an area where it will blow off steam before lashing up to the passenger cars that it will take to Silverton, Colroado.
Baldwin K-36 No. 482 drops the fire after a long day. The 482 will retire to the shop for overnight servicing and be ready to roll first thing in the morning.
Clouds hang low on the surrounding mountains as Baldwin K-36 No. 486, with the train from Durango to Silverton, passes through Rockwood.
The DRGW K-28 class mikes were mean looking machines with the front mounted air pumps and low profile. This tight view emphasizes a wealth of details on the engine in the soft light of an overcas... (more)
Durango & Silverton No. 473, crossing the Animas River.
Rio Grande Southern, Galloping Goose No. 5, at Rockwood, on the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.
The Sanctum of the Leviathans
Job Briefing: 1949
Night has enveloped the Durango Depot in the late 1940's as a late arriving 'San Juan Express' arrives from Alamosa and points east.
Actually, this is a staged photo shoot put on by the Duran... (more)