Ex West Side Lumber Co. #8 narrow gauge 3-truck Shay on display in Georgetown.
The 36" gauge engine was built by Baldwin in 1928 and sold to the Kahului RR in Maui, HI. Shipped to the Cumbres & Toltec RR in 1967 and then sold to the Silverwood Central Railroad, Idaho in 1968... (more)
Former West Side Lumber Co. #12 a 3 truck shay and West Side Lumber Co. #14 a 2 truck shay at the museum's turntable.
Ex. U.S Gypsum #1403 narrow gauge. GB&L = Georgetown, Breckenridge & Leadville.
Ex. U.S Gypsum #1303 narrow gauge. Sitting on the museum's turntable.
Former West Side Lumber 3-truck Shay on display at the Old Georgetown Station.
The new Georgetown Loop engine. The engine is ex Rocky Mountain Steel Mills #21 (narrow guage). The railroad is now operated by CHS/Railstar.
I climbed the rugged south side of Clear Creek Canyon and found an opening in the trees. Georgetown Loop 40 crossed the 300-foot long Devil’s Gate High Bridge on the last day for operator Georget... (more)
Krystal, 5 years old, waves farewell to the Georgetown Loop train. The current operator finished their season Oct. 3, 2004 and will be replaced by Railstar. They operated the Loop trains from Au... (more)
Georgetown Loop #40 is shown with Devils Gate Viaduct in the background. After making a looping climb, the train will cross over these tracks on the bridge..
Georgetown Loop #40 crosses Devils Gate Viaduct.
GLRR 40 climbing up to the Devil's Gate station