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Living life on track

Rail-car owners converge on D&SNG
Phillip Walters stops traffic in Hermosa for his fellow railroad motorcar owners who traveled down to the Animas Valley from Silverton on Tuesday afternoon. The cars – built for workaday tasks such as checking track for obstacles or damage – are loud, dirty and slow.
Kyle Danielson, a patrolman with the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, leads a group of railroad motorcar owners back to Silverton after a jaunt through the Animas Valley on Tuesday afternoon.
A group of railroad motorcar owners passes through Hermosa on Tuesday afternoon. A dozen or so members of the North American Railcar Operators Association took a five-hour tour Tuesday from Silverton to a railroad property in the Animas Valley.

Living life on track

Phillip Walters stops traffic in Hermosa for his fellow railroad motorcar owners who traveled down to the Animas Valley from Silverton on Tuesday afternoon. The cars – built for workaday tasks such as checking track for obstacles or damage – are loud, dirty and slow.
Kyle Danielson, a patrolman with the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, leads a group of railroad motorcar owners back to Silverton after a jaunt through the Animas Valley on Tuesday afternoon.
A group of railroad motorcar owners passes through Hermosa on Tuesday afternoon. A dozen or so members of the North American Railcar Operators Association took a five-hour tour Tuesday from Silverton to a railroad property in the Animas Valley.
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