It's all tight turns and narrow ledges on this part of the trip, as #493 pulls a 50% capacity train of socially distanced sightseers from Rockwood to Cascade Canyon.
Still in its former White Pass & Yukon paint scheme, #107 sits outside the roundhouse awaiting its service debut in its new home of Durango.
High above the Animas River, #493 crawls along the shelf track on its way to Cascade Canyon.
It's a tight squeeze as #493 slips through the Rockwood Cut.
You don't see this every day! On a brisk fall morning, #493 hauls a load of wrapped-up passenger cars to their winter storage. A few box cars, a concessions car, and a caboose round out the consis... (more)
The sun rises on an empty train approaching the 550 underpass on its way to begin another week of service out of Rockwood.
Crawling along the shelf track above the Animas River, 493 returns to Rockwood on a rainy final day of service before operations return to Durango for the winter.
With tensions running high around the country, #493 blows off a little steam as Election Day stretches into Election Week.
Mask Up! The COVID-19 pandemic means enhanced sanitation measures onboard every run of the Durango & Silverton, which features mostly-open air cars capped at 50% capacity and a mask requirement fo... (more)
The Durango & Silverton's Cascade Canyon Express snakes along the High Line hundreds of feet above the Animas River on its way back to the railroad's temporary home base in Rockwood.
The Durango & Silverton's Cascade Canyon Express emerges from the Rockwood cut on a cold September morning that found rain and snow mixing in the San Juan mountains.
Amtrak's City of New Orleans crosses Pass Manchac, the narrow channel connecting Lake Maurepas with Lake Pontchartrain, on its afternoon approach to the Crescent City.
What year is it again? A French Quarter-bound streetcar passes a mule-drawn Roman Candy wagon selling taffy on St. Charles Avenue.
A streetcar rolls through a tunnel of live oak trees on St. Charles Avenue as it approaches Audobon Park on its way to the French Quarter.
The first of two trains returns to Durango as the sun sets on a cool autumn evening.