GLRR 130 (former US Gypsum GE 50 Ton) leads the morning train over the large trestle at Georgetown, Colorado.
After helping to assemble the morning train in Silver Plume, the operator of GLRR 21 throws the switch to take the main track down the mountain to Georgetown. He will not only inspect the track b... (more)
Critter GLRR 21 (45 ton) slowly inspects the large trestle in Georgetown, Colorado, and the morning train from Silver Plume will soon follow. This trestle is key to enabling the Georgetown Loop R... (more)
Critter GLRR 21 (45 Ton) pulls a passenger coach into the Silver Plum yard where it will be added to the morning's train that will depart for Georgetown, Colorado.
GLRR 21 (45 Ton) shuffles some passengers cars in Silver Plume so that the train to Georgetown can leave on time. There are multiple runs a day between the two towns.
A 45 ton 'Critter' (no road number visible) holds down the west end of the Georgetown Loop Railroad, which happens to be in Silver Plume, Colorado. Riders can depart the train near Silver Plume a... (more)
With the last train of the day, 111 barks up the final grade atop a cut stone wall over Clear Creek.
In the shine of an early-afternoon rain, 111 blasts upgrade with a Silver Plume train.