Rio Grande Southern's Galloping Goose #7 can often be found making the run around the grounds of the Colorado Railroad Museum.
The Colorado Railroad Museum's Rio Grande Southern Galloping Goose #7 gets ready to give rides to the old and young railfans that are visiting the museum.
From the side you can appreciate the ingenuity that went into creating the 'Galloping Goose' powered mover. Different car bodies were used depending on the unit and Rio Grande Southern No. 7 was ... (more)
'Galloping Goose' No. 7 makes a lap around the grounds of the Colorado Railroad Museum, passing the entrance and the flagman posted to stop traffic.
Rio Grande Southern 'Galloping Goose' No. 7 sits next to a vintage flange car on the grounds of the Colorado Railroad Museum. The museum will often run this car around their circuit on days when ... (more)
Rio Grande Southern 'Galloping Goose' No. 7 passes the Colorado Railroad Museum's functional water tower on its way back to the station.
Could this be the RGS at the Lizardhead snow shed in 1949?The remains of the snowshed at Cumbres and the weed grown wye track provide a reasonably good imitation of the old RGS, given it is over 6... (more)
Goose No. 7 is crossing Highway 17 just outside of Chama as it makes a test run up the hill to Cumbres. This was the first time that No. 7 had operated outside of the Colorado Railroad Museum sin... (more)
Rio Grande Southern Galloping Goose #7 makes the circuit around the Colorado Railroad Museum. The museum will often run their various engines on the weekends.
You just can’t go wrong with a good Goose wedgie.
One of the seven original ‘Galloping Geese’, Rio Grande Southern No. 7 ran passenger and freight service in southwest Colorado. No. 7 was built in 1936 and was the last and largest of the Geese, ... (more)
Goose #7 carries passengers around the loop track at the Colorado Railroad Museum.