Durango, Co One of the two ways to monitor the water level in a steam engine’s boiler, the sight glass. This one is on the engineer’s side of D&SNG 478 (formerly D&RGW 478), a narrow gauge K-28 class mikado (2-8-2).
Durango, Co Tri-cocks (3 valves) provide a secondary means of checking the boiler’s water level on a steam engine. These are on the engineer’s side of the backhead of D&SNG 478 (formerly D&RGW 478) in Durango, Co.
In May I made my first trip to Alaska, though not purely for photography. This is the 3rd of my on going series of posts detailing the photographic opportunities that I saw in the sites that I visited. I’ve already covered the first three experiences: a float plane trip to a remote mountain like in […]