Water stop at the Needleton tank for the DSNG 478 on the way from Silverton to Durango.
Our charter train is being overtaken by a regular train to Silverton at the Rockwood station.
An early passenger train is storming towards Silverton in the warm morning light.
An early morning passenger train to Silverton is getting prepared at the Durango station.
There is not much space left for the train between the rocks and the river.
Early morning arrival of a mixed train at the Silverton station.
A special train arrives at Silverton in the late evening
Tom Golden photo.
The Newly Rebuilt K-28 No.476 climbs up the mountain grade in Colorado
This is the current state of K-28 #478. After operating in 2016, she was taken out of service for her FRA mandated overhaul. While waiting for her turn in the shop, she has been placed on display ... (more)
A northbound (westbound) Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge passenger train scales along the cliffs of the High Line near Rockwood, Colorado, in July 1982. When riding the train, all eyes are usuall... (more)
Steam from the dropped fire on #478 swirls around the roundhouse at Durango. #481 and 482 occupy the adjacent tracks along with #473s tender to complete this daily scene in southwestern Colorado.
The conductor of #478 signals to stop on the turntable where it will be spun and backed into the roundhouse for the night.
D&SNG 478 south navigates through the tight curves on the Horseshoe Curve Highline. Here, the tracks split from the Animas River Canyon and head into the depot at Rockwood.
DSNG 478 rolls south out of the Tacoma Narrows into the siding across the river from the Tacoma Power Plant.