All about depth perception... Flying a couple of hundred feet above track level we see the 15-car Durango bound 464 wrapping itself around Horseshoe Curve before exiting the High Line and making a... (more)
K-37 class 493 walks the tightrope through the Animas River Canyon with train 464 back to Durango. K-37s were the largest of the narrow gauge 2-8-2s and pre-D&SNG were not allowed to operate on th... (more)
D&S train 464 coast down the grade to Hermosa.
After descending to grades from Silverton, Engineer John Hillier on D&S train 464 can now hook it up upon arriving in Hermosa as they proceed at speed for Durango.
Durango & Silverton train 464 comes into Hermosa after descending the grade down from Rockwood.
Durango & Silverton train 464 pulls up to the station stop at Rockwood.
Unfortunately for those familiar with CW McCall's song "The Silverton Train," the Animas River Gorge only finds itself 230-ish feet from rail to river, as opposed to the 400-feet McCall ... (more)
Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad train No. 464 passes through a cut exiting the High Line just west (north) of Rockwood, Colorado, on August 14, 2015.
Durango & Silverton 480 leads its southbound train back toward Durango as seen from parallel Highway 550 in the late afternoon sun.
DSNG Engineer John Hillier brings train 464 (the second daily Silverton trip) back into Durango seen here crossing the Animas River just north of downtown. more)
K-36 480 leads train 464 southbound out of Rockwood as it works its way back to Durango.
K-36 480 leads train 464 (the second round trip to Silverton) southbound back to Durango as it parallels highway 550 south of Hermosa.