The Goose crossing Hangman's trestle, headed to Antonio.
Former RGS Goose 5, now owned and restored to operation by the Gallooping Goose Historical Society of Dolores, Colorado heads downhill from Cumbres summit on the C&TS. The early C&TS crews called ... (more)
Making a quick photo stop before heading to the depot. K36 484 with the afternoon arrival from Chama was only a few minutes behind.
RGS 4-6-0 #20 is seen at the Colorado Railroad Museum.
Former RGS #42 on display in the Durango Roundhouse Museum.
This is the Galloping Goose #1 replica now owned by the Ridgway RR Museum. It is an operating model and has seen use in Durango during special events.
Former RGS "Galloping Goose" #5 parked in Dolores. This is an operating Goose and is used at Durango Rail Fest, etc.
Original Galloping Goose poses the town of it's creation.
Purchased by Rocky Mountain RR Club in 1952.