The Colorado Railroad Museum ran their DRGW 491 (2-8-2) which was built by Baldwin in 1902. The dedicated men and women of the museum do an amazing job keeping these historic treasures active for... (more)
The Colorado Railroad Museum's DRGW 5771 (F9A) still looks like it could lead the Rio Grande Zephyr through the Moffat Tunnel Sub.
The Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, Colorado continues to cosmetically restore their two diesel veteran DRGW units; 5401 (SD40-T2) and 3011 (GP30).
Coors Brewery's C997 (SW1000) leads a load of special hoppers to their silo to get another load of grain for the tasty beer.
A heavy blanket of snow covers Denver Rio Grande Western 683, a 2-8-0 locomotive built in 1890 by Baldwin Locomotive Works and now displayed at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, Colorado.
Coors Critter C997 (SW1000) pulls a load of special hoppers to the silo on the east side of the Coors Brewing facility in Golden, Colorado.
A Fire Clay morning. Winter is trying to make a stab at the Rockies and just can’t make it go. On this morning winters grip is sliding away from the Flatiron Range west ... (more)
Al Blount and Santa are entertaining the engineer Bret Wiebold before departure to the North Pole
Evening inspection is underway with D&RGW 491 before 6 hours of running with the Polar Express.
Denver & Rio Grande Western F9A 5771 is seen basking in the sun at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, CO.
Santa Fe’s sleeper-lounge-observation cars “Navajo” was built by the Budd Company in 1937 for the Super Chief and is currently on display at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, Colorado.... (more)
GRAMPSThree-foot gauge tank car UTLX No. 55172 is displayed at the Colorado Railroad Museum at Golden on August 23, 2021. In 1939, 25 frameless standard gauge tank cars of 60,000-pound ... (more)
Rio Grande Southern Motor #6. One of the lesser-known members of the Rio Grande Southern Galloping Goose family is this little critter, which currently resides at the Colorado Railroad Muse... (more)
Golden City & San Juan no. 3 is seen outside the roundhouse at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, CO. The Plymouth's paint scheme is reminiscent of the Denver & Rio Grande ... (more)
Rio Grande Southern #20 (4-6-0) gets a spin on the turn table in preparation for a day of running passengers around the grounds of the Colorado Railroad Museum.