May 30, 1959 view of a double headed Silverton with K-28 476 in the lead.
From 1950's original 35mm slides of the D&RGW
May 29, 1959 and K-28 #476 rests at the Antonito, CO water tank.
August 8th, 1974 and K-28 #476 rests in Silverton in a scene often repeated since the 1950's.
From 1970's original 35mm slides of the D&RGW
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From 1980's original 35mm slides of the D&RGW
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Late afternoon shadows on #476 in Durango in October of 1961.
From 1960's original 35mm slides of the D&RGW
This view is not in great focus but I like the atmosphere of the shot as K-28 #476 takes on water in the Durango yard in 1956.
#476's fire glows in the firebox in this night shot on June 15th, 1966.
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Late 1950's view leaving Silverton, Colorado.
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#476 shown with three (!) cabooses in tow on the Animas Bridge near Tacoma, Colorado on May 29, 1955.
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1950's iconic view of the highline on the Silverton.
1950's view of the Silverton train.
K-28 #476 does not yet have its fake balloon stack in this view from June of 1951.
Beautiful Silverton scene in September of 1960.
K-28 #476 in Durango, love the details in this shot.
Milepost 496 at Las Animas finds the Silverton train with #476 in the lead.
Railfan trip is paused in Chama, NM with K-28 #476 at the head end in this shot from 1958.
Another view of the movie makeup including smokestack shrouds and box headlights applied to the K-28's in Durango in October of 1968.
In this view from June 1st 1957, we find K-28's #476 and #478 at the front end of the Silverton.
K-28 #476 with the Silverton in the train's namesake town in this fine shot from June 12, 1955.
In August of 1959, K-28 #476 now has the fake diamond stack applied, a fixture which would remain until Charles Bradshaw acquired the line in 1981.
June 6, 1968 Evening shot of K-28 #476 in Durango, CO
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From 1960's photos by Neal Reich
Great night shot on June 6, 1968 of K-28 #476 at Durango, CO
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May 28, 1968 K-28 #476 in Chama, NM
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This fan trip on June 1st 1957 features double headed K-28's number 476 and 478 on the head end of the bright yellow consist.
It is July 1980 and K-28's #476 and #478 still sport their Rio Grande logos in the last season of Rio Grande's ownership of the line.
#476 reaches Hermosa in this view from August of 1964.
In a scene repeated many times, K-28 #476 returns to Durango in the late afternoon after a round trip to Silverton. September 1965.
Engine 476 switches in the Durango yards in this view from June of 1967.
Check out the crazy spark arrestor on #476 in this view from July of 1966.
This view from June of 1967 shows K-28 #476 in position in Silverton with steel coach 331 at the head of the consist.
Its August 19, 1957 and check out the antlers on #476 resting in the car shop in Durango!
A pair of sport models on display in Silverton, July 1972
K-28 #476 receives attention in Silverton in this classic view from July of 1972.
K-28 #476 pauses in Silverton in this view from July of 1972
A busy September day in 1961 at the Durango facilities! K-28 #476 and K-37 #494 meet head to head while #473 simmers on an adjacent track.
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This classic view from October of 1969 shows K-28 #476 with the "Silverton" in its namesake location.
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476 rests near the Chama station in this view from June of 1961.
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This Silverton view shows K-28 #476 renumbered as #7 for a movie role in "Run for Cover"starring James Cagney.
In this great view from July of 1958, railfans and tourists alike enjoy catching a glimpse of K-28 #476. Note that it is sporting the fake balloon stack while #473 in the background is yet to receive one of its own.
This shot at Toltec Gorge was taken on a special Alamosa to Durango train run on June 9th, 1959.