The little engine that does.
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)
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)
This tiny narrow gauge unit spent its working life with US Gypsum until acquired by the museum in 1965. Since that time it has been used to moving equipment around the museum.
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)
Passenger train at the Colorado RR Museum back in the seventies.
A rare narrow gauge Plymouth FL locomotive is spotted just outside the brick roundhouse at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden.
This colorful narrow gauge Plymouth FL sits in the company of one of the resident GE U4's and Thomas, who is visiting for the weekend.