Silhouetted by the morning sun, Nevada Northern 2-8-0 No. 93 pulls a short freight over Steptoe Creek fill near East Ely, Nevada on a cold February 8, 2004. NNRy operates these special photo train... (more)
Nevada Northern 2-8-0 No. 93 and a short ore train steams past the snow-covered cliffs south of Adverse, Nevada, on a crisp February 8, 2004, during one of NNRy’s winter photography specials.
Snow is falling as Nevada Northern Alco RS3 No. 109 pulls a ballast train through Tunnel 1 west of Ely, Nevada, on February 7, 2004. No. 109 was built in November 1950 by American Locomotive Compa... (more)
On a quiet February 7, 2005, morning, a lonely crossbuck guards a rarely-used grade crossing on the Nevada Northern Railway at East Ely, Nevada.
RS-3 #109 and RS-2 #105 pass by the water and coal towers in East Ely yard with a train of empty ore cars.
NNRY archivist Con T. works on the front of locomotive 81 during one of our night photo shoots.
Nevada Northern 93 digs in as she crosses Steptoe Fill against a cloudy morning sky.
NNRY 93 leans into the turn coming out of Tunnel 1 with a northbound freight.
Locomotives 40 & 93 steam out of the engine house on a cold February morning in preparation for a full day of train service.
Nevada Northern fireman Mike shovels coal into the firebox of #93 on her first passenger run since completion of the federally mandated 1472 inspection and rebuild.
UP 844 opens the taps with plenty of straight track to get into a groove. This "Northern" class locomotive was built in 1944 and has never been retired from active service. Her top speed... (more)
Some things never change, the Nevada Northern Railway is one of them. Engine 40, silhouetted by the rising sun, carries her freight consist across the fill at Steptoe Creek.
As the last light of the day slowly fades and clouds build in from the west, Kennecott Copper Co #93 takes the steam crane work train past the photo line for the final time during the 2020 winter ... (more)
NNRY 93 steams out of a section of track known simply as "The Cut".
The train is headed south for its return to East Ely along the section of track known as the Hiline. This track ori... (more)
NNRY archivist Con Trumbull works on the front of locomotive 81 during one of our night photo shoots. The railroad's motto "Safety First" is painted over the door to the engine house.