Ride on the Blues Train

“Who doesn’t like trains?” said Alex Maryol of Santa Fe as he warmed up for his first performance on the Durango Blues Train at the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad & Museum. Three hundred tickets were sold for the trip to Rockwood and back, which featured two bands and five solo musicians performing in their own cars, said Bill Kight of SBG Productions, which partnered with the railroad to put on the second annual event. Enlarge photo

STEVE LEWIS/Durango Herald

“Who doesn’t like trains?” said Alex Maryol of Santa Fe as he warmed up for his first performance on the Durango Blues Train at the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad & Museum. Three hundred tickets were sold for the trip to Rockwood and back, which featured two bands and five solo musicians performing in their own cars, said Bill Kight of SBG Productions, which partnered with the railroad to put on the second annual event.