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Time for something big, black and dirty! Another shot from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad last October. 480 is just backing down on to the train that I would be joining shortly for a fabulous ride up through the Animas Canyon to Silverton. Already, I'm thinking of going back again this September, hopefully getting on their autumn photographers' train.

Details of the loco on my own site here.
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Album name:alanuk / Four Corners, USA
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Keywords:Colorado Durango & Silverton Railroad October 2013 USA
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Date Time:2014-04-08T21:53:14+01:00
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SteveT  [Apr 09, 2014 at 07:38 AM]
That's one big beast of an engine; like the image a lot good detail and exposure and composition, I would like to see some more from this trip
well seen and taken
JOHN  [Apr 09, 2014 at 08:46 AM]
Wow! big, dirty, black and covered in steam and that's just the driver.
A cracking shot just full of detail, and with the new file size and the good camera it can all be seen, wonderful.
Then what a beast of an engine it is, certainly well seen and taken Alan.
George  [Apr 09, 2014 at 06:32 PM]
Yikes...Alan, open this up full size and boy does it jump out of the screen, it took ages for the smoke to clear
An excellent pov to show off the might of this gorgeous narrow gauge loco (would never guess) those HP/LP cylinders and the detail and texture in that smoke box door, fantastic(Topaz?)
This has foot be up there with the best you have posted, so much so it deserves a TEN from me, luv it, just luv it to bits.
alanuk  [Apr 12, 2014 at 09:05 PM]
Thanks, guys, I appreciate your comments. Not Topaz, George; a bit of Vivenza, though.
Mazda_Man  [Apr 13, 2014 at 08:58 AM]
They certainly make photogenic 'rolling stock' over the pond don't they? An excellent picture with lovely main theme and interesting backdrop with the snow coloured mountains.