Nevada Northern No. 40 cruises back into Ely after making the journey to Ruth to turn the two passenger cars in tow for the following days photographer special.
40 pulls a two car Ping Pong Local through a fresh snow fall.
Locomotives 40 & 93 steam out of the engine house on a cold February morning in preparation for a full day of train service.
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.
October 17, 2020. Last run of Nevada Northern Railway's Locomotive # 40 before she is taken out of service for her 1472 rebuild. Locomotive # 40 and # 93 run up the grade approaching Lackawanna cr... (more)
October 17, 2020. Last run of Nevada Northern Railway's Locomotive # 40 before she is taken out of service for her 1472 rebuild. Locomotive # 40 is seen here roaring through Lane City, Nevada. Inc... (more)
NNRY 40 and 93 carefully back their mixed train up the wye at Ruth as an aging loading dock here sits waiting for its next load...perhaps never to come, even if only for a photo op.
Lights, Camera, Action - STEAM! One of the co-stars of the latest AT&T commercial is none other than the 119 year old movie star herself, Locomotive # 40 of the Nevada Northern Railway. She takes ... (more)
In celebration of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad on May 10, 1869, the two steam locomotives at the Nevada Northern Railway, locomotive # 40 and # 93, pose head to head in recognit... (more)
After the second day of this past weekend’s photos shoot on the NNRY, 40 and it’s two coaches deadheafed to Keystone to turn on the wye for the next days events
Nevada Northern #40 has her ashes dumped at the end of another day of trips.
High-stepping up the Keystone Branch with a clean stack, #40 leads the Steptoe Valley Flyer over Gleason Creek.
Barking out of Tunnel 1, Number 40 is bound for Keystone with the Steptoe Valley Flyer.
A View From Above- As seen from the top of the concrete coaling tower that dominates the Ely skyline, Nevada's Official State Steam Locomotive makes its way back to the west end of the yard... (more)
The Steptoe Valley Flyer, led by Nevada Northern No. 40 and featuring its historic consist, makes easy work of the grade up Robinson Canyon.