Locomotive #30 (Class 2-8-0) was built in 1898 by Brooks Locomotive Works of Dunkirk, NY and delivered to Colorado and Northwestern Railroad (C&N). At the time, they were among the heaviest narrow... (more)
An eclectic collection of Colorado narrow gauge equipment is displayed on the tracks of the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden on August 10, 2015. On the left is “Galloping Goose” No. 2, built in ... (more)
The little engine that does.
The Coors Brewing Company's SW1000 shuffles a set of special purpose hoppers from the grain silo to the brewing building. The hoppers have special adaptors on the tops to facilitate precise quant... (more)
The Colorado Railroad Museum's 55 Ton critter, the Golden City & San Juan #4, spend the day pulling passengers around the circuit in open air passenger cars. The engine was built in 1964 for Algo... (more)
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)
Rio Grande narrow gauge 2-8-2 K-37 No. 491 pulls a train around the main line at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden on August 31, 2017.
BNSF 1993 (SD40-2) leaves the Coors Brewery and the Front Range foothills behind and heads towards Denver.
BNSF 4555 (Dash9) collects a freight in Golden, Colorado, in front of North Table Mountain.
The illusive Coors Brewing Company's CORX 997 (SW1000) is photographed as it moves a string of custom hoppers between a grain plant and the production facility. Usually it runs in a secured area ... (more)
Colorado Railroad Museum 491, 318 and 5771 out in the summer sun
Colorado Railroad Museum 346 running through it's course
Colorado Railroad Museum 346 fired up right outside roundhouse
Colorado Railroad Museum 346 with Engineer getting her fired up for a morning run
Colorado Railroad Museum Engine 491 stopped at the water tower