RailPictures.Net Photo: DSNG 7 Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad GE 87-ton at Golden, Colorado by Matt Csenge
 
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» Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad (more..)
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» Colorado Railroad Museum 
» Golden, Colorado, USA (more..)
» April 26, 2024
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Big Al & the Critters. Three diesel "critters" - admittedly large ones - are seen at the Colorado Railroad Museum, laid up around the turntable. At left is Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad locomotive no. 7, nicknamed "Big Al," a GE 87-tonner originally built for the Algoma Steel Railroad in 1975. In the middle is Golden City & San Juan no. 4, a GE 55-tonner originally built in 1955 also for the Algoma Steel Railroad Co. These two locomotives coincidentally served together at the D&SNG from 2002, when they were both acquired, til 2004 when no. 4 was sold to CRM. The third locomotive seen here is D&RGW no. 50, which was built by Davenport Locomotive Works in 1937.
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