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Durango Silverton Railroad

 
Durango Silverton Railroad

Page Type: Album

Object Title: Durango Silverton Railroad

Image Type(s): Scenery

 

Page By: rmhiker

Created/Edited: Feb 6, 2012 / Feb 6, 2012

Object ID: 775266

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Here are some photos from the trip on the Durango Silverton narroe gauge Railroad along the Animas River. The views are spectacular. I highly recommend it.

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Garfield Above Animas

Garfield Above Animas

Garfield Looms over Animas

Garfield Looms over Animas

Animas River Narrows

Animas River Narrows

Train Approaches Mt Garfield

Train Approaches Mt Garfield

Animas River Beneath

Animas River Beneath

Roaring  Upper Animas River

Roaring Upper Animas River

Upper Animas Canyon

Upper Animas Canyon

Stopping for Water

Stopping for Water

Animas River from the High Line

Animas River from the High Line

Animas River Crashes through the Narrows

Animas River Crashes through the Narrows

Chugging Up the Hill

Chugging Up the Hill

Animas River Canyon

Animas River Canyon

Upper Animas River

Upper Animas River

Garfield Gorilla

Garfield Gorilla




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Bill ReedNice album!!

Bill Reed

Voted 10/10

It is an awesome ride!!
Posted Feb 6, 2012 9:32 pm

rmhikerRe: Nice album!!

rmhiker

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Thanks It is a great trip. Eventually I'd like to do more with the album. My wife and I want to take the winter trip they call the Polar Express in the future.
Posted Feb 7, 2012 12:05 pm

Bill ReedRe: Nice album!!

Bill Reed

Voted 10/10

Hadn't heard about that but it sounds cool. I've always wanted to do a backpack/climbing trip from the train.
Posted Feb 7, 2012 8:27 pm

rmhikerRe: Nice album!!

rmhiker

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Yeah I was envious when all of the Boy Scouts jumped off at the bridge to haul up the Chicago Basin. My son's scout troop did that a while back but unfortunately we were out of the country that summer.
Posted Feb 8, 2012 10:45 am

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