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The brakeman opens the steam cock on Engine 473 of the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad in Durango, Colorado.
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This looks like an interesting event to witness – Is this a train that still works, if you know what I mean? Fascinating photography – amazing!! What a place!! :))
Hi, Vicki. Yes, the train still runs. In fact, this shot shows it being prepped for a trip. In warmer weather the train runs from Durango to Silverton, Colorado. During snowy months it makes a truncated run that nevertheless passes through beautiful mountain scenery that would be hard to experience otherwise. Fees are nominal and there is lots more to do in Durango. I encourage any and all to give it a try!
– Mitchell Tillison
Sounds like a great opportunity to spend a lot of time and to have a lot of cards to take a lot of photos!!! Thank you for sharing the above information TBH! I think this is how we get some of our best photos, aye? By going places which are not as well known and a bit off the beaten track (aussie saying – do you know that one?!) Cheers!
What a great shot TBH , the scene is very evocative and full of atmosphere ( steam maybe LoL ) I really like your presentation of this fine old Loco workhorse :-)
working RR at it’s best nice capture of a great trip & experience in Durango. well done
This is superb work !! – Colin
Very nice capture:)