Eureka and Glenbrook pull up past the old Osier depot towards the new eating house.
A jewel in the Colorado Railroad Museum's collection is DRGW 346, a 2-8-0 locomotive built by Baldwin in 1881 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Eureka has been turned on the Cumbres wye and is heading back downgrade to Chama after a successful test run to the 10,010-foot summit.
The 9am steam train is just north of Durango at Trimble with a double header this day.
DSNG 480 leads the Silverton Steam train back into Durango
DSNG 480 leads its train over the Animas River and into downtown Durango after it's daily run to Silverton.
DSNG 480 leads its train out of Rockwood and back towards Durango after it's daily run to Silverton.
DSNG 473 leads the Cascade Canyon steam up the hill near Hermosa water tank
The Colorado Railroad Museum located in Golden, Colorado has a great collection of Denver Rio Grande Western engines and rolling stock, including DRGW 683, seen here dusted with a fresh layer of s... (more)
DSNG 473 leads the 9:00 am Silverton Steam past 32nd street alongside the Animas River
The Meet at No Agua
During the Triple Steam Up Weekend at the Colorado Railroad Museum, Rio Grande Southern 4-6-0 #20 overtakes Denver & Rio Grande Western 2-8-0 #346 at the No... (more)
Southern Pacific No. 18 returns to Durango on its first test run of the season. The engine will spend the next several months here to help bolster the Durango & Silverton's oil-burning fleet durin... (more)
On a wonderfully clear day in the Silvery San Juan Mountains, the Winter Cascade Train of the Durango and Silverton attacks the Hermosa Hill at MP 463.
Do Not Adjust Your Set....
Winter makes a slight clawback as snow begins to envelop the lower reaches of the Animas River Canyon. The day began in Durango with a slight drizzl... (more)
Spring is coming to the San Juans as #493 approaches Rockwood with the Cascade Canyon Express in tow.