RailPictures.Net Photo: DRGW 01465 Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Caboose at Soldier Summit, Utah by James Belmont
 
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» Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad (more..)
» Caboose (more..)
» MP 649.2, Soldier Summit, D&RGW Subdivision 6 
» Soldier Summit, Utah, USA (more..)
» July 14, 1979
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» DRGW 01465 (more..)
» EB Manifest (more..)
» James Belmont (more..)
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A Rio Grande home built caboose trails an eastbound manifest through Soldier Summit on July 14, 1979. An open autorack loaded with new 1979 Chevy Monte Carlos take a tour of the scenic D&RGW.
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