The little engine that does.
Golden City & San Juan Railroad No.3 switcher built by Plymouth Locomotive Works, sits quietly outside the roundhouse at the Colorado Railroad Museum. Inside the roundhouse, a 2-8-0 former Denver ... (more)
Golden City & San Juan #3 sits quietly outside the roundhouse at the Colorado Railroad Museum. The name "Little Critter" comes to mind when I saw this loco. I had an Aristo Craft G scale... (more)
The Colorado Railroad Museum uses their Golden City & San Juan Railroad #3, an 8 ton switcher built by Plymouth Locomotive Works, to move their vintage rolling stock around in their large facility... (more)
Don't let the size fool you - this Plymouth Locomotive Works 8 ton narrow gauge engine, wearing markings of the Golden City & San Juan Railroad, can move a big load and is often called on to move ... (more)
Old fashion muscle power rotates the Colorado Railroad Museum's turntable, positioning their Golden City & San Juan #3 so it can pull a vintage business car out of the roundhouse. The colorful l... (more)
Another rare engine in the stable of the Colorado Railroad Museum is this Plymouth Locomotive Works 8 ton narrow gauge engine. It is painted in the livery of the Golden City & San Juan Railroad, ... (more)
This is the spot where the famous "Tweetsie" entered the Doe River Gorge in a tunnel directly behind where I'm standing. Now the Doe River Campground offers occasional rides into the first mile of... (more)