Rio Grande Southern #20 (4-6-0) was built in 1899 by the Schenectady Locomotive Works and is a treat to see operate on the grounds of the Colorado Railroad Museum.
The Colorado Railroad Museum’s Rio Grande Southern #20 takes a lap around the museum grounds. The engine was built by the Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1899 for the Florence & Cripple Creek Ra... (more)
The Colorado Railroad Museum's Rio Grande Southern #20 pulls passengers around the large museum grounds in Golden Colorado. The engine (4-6-0) was built in 1899 by the Schenectady Locomotive Work... (more)
Rio Grande Southern #20 (4-6-0 built in 1899) backs onto the turntable at the Colorado Railroad Museum and will soon be back in the barn after a day of running passengers around the grounds.
Rio Grande Southern #20 (4-6-0 locomotive built by the Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1899) gets a spin on the turntable as it gets ready to head into the barn for the day.
We lost a great person in the railroad community this week. On March 30, Trains Magazine Editor in Chief Jim Wrinn passed. Here we see him in better times, recreating the shot he'd always wanted... (more)
Without a few visual clues to indicate otherwise, a quick glance could convince a viewer that this is a period photo of Rio Grande Southern 20 (4-6-0) waiting to pick up some freight cars for the ... (more)
The Colorado Railroad Museum runs their Rio Grande Southern 2-8-2 engine around the grounds in Golden, Colorado.
RGS 20 crosses Ferguson/Hangman's trestle as the sun rises over the desert
RGS 20, DRG 168, C&TS 487 and DRG 425 at the Antonito Yard for a Lerro Productions night photoshoot
Narrow Gauge in the High Country Rio Grande Southern 4-6-0 20 and 2-8-2 455 are heading out of Ridgway with a train for Durango just after the end of WWII. This Kodachrome is in pristine c... (more)
Switching in the Storm Rio Grande Southern 4-6-0 20 is switching out its train at Antonito after a day out on the line with a TRAINS Magazine photo charter.
Aspens Are Changing
Heading for Dallas Divide Rio Grande Southern 4-6-0 20 and 2-8-2 455 recreate an RGS train of the early 1940s during TRAINS Magazine's "Sunset on the Rio Grande Southern" photo ch... (more)
Steaming out of the Past Rio Grande Southern 4-6-0 20 recreates a classic scene photographed by the late William Moedinger during TRAINS Magazine's "Sunset on the Rio Grande Southern&q... (more)