My Durango Train Photos
- Visitors to the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad & Museum can check out MyDurangoTrainPhotos.com to purchase photos that were taken during their visit to the museum
- Durango Train photos purchased from the MySharpshooter page are professional photos that can be downloaded and viewed any time once they’re purchased, and can also be used on any sort of custom gift item
- When visitors to the My Durango Train have their photo taken by a professional photographer, they’ll receive a card with an ID number on it and use that card to view their Durango photo
To find Durango Train photos, customers who have visited the train just need to enter the PhotoCard ID number that’s on the card they were given. Riders will need their PhotoCard from SharpShooter to access their photos, as there is no way to just search through all photos that were taken of the Durango Train.
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Once photos are paid for, customers have the chance to order gift items with their Durango Train photo printed on them, like mugs, t-shirts, playing cards, and more. One of the newest and most popular items for people to have their Durango Train photo printed on are photos on slate, which is made from natural sediment stone and has chiseled and beveled edges that give it a beautiful rustic look perfect for the Durango Train theme.
More about the Durango Train
The Durango Train operates out of an original 1882 train depot that is located in Durango, Colorado. The train runs year around today, and takes riders on an incredible journey through remote wilderness in the San Juan National Forest (over two million acres big).
- Riders on the Durango Train go by coal fired, steam powered locomotive on the very same tracks that miners, cowboys, and settlers of the Old West traveled over 120 years ago.
To contact the museum about a photo:
- Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, 479 Main Ave, Durango, CO 81301
- (970) 247-2733