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Rio Grande Zephyr in April 1983
Rio Grande Zephyr in April 1983
Rio Grande Zephyr in Glenwood Canyon, 1975
Rio Grande Zephyr in Glenwood Canyon, 1975
Silver Sky on one of the last Rio Grande Zephyr runs in 1983
Silver Sky on one of the last Rio Grande Zephyr runs in 1983
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During the late 1800s the D&RG made extensive use of consolidations (engines with a 2-8-0 wheel arrangement). This drawing, of an unusual wheel arrang
During the late 1800s the D&RG made extensive use of consolidations (engines with a 2-8-0 wheel arrangement). This drawing, of an unusual wheel arrangement, was titled "Standard Consolidation Engine," 1881.
Over the course of decades, D&RG consolidations were subjected to various modifications. In the 20th century, diamond stacks gave way to straight stac
Over the course of decades, D&RG consolidations were subjected to various modifications. In the 20th century, diamond stacks gave way to straight stacks, box headlights were replaced with round ones, decorative trim disappeared from the domes, and wooden pilots (cowcatchers) were replaced with steel ones.
D&RGW 5384, patch-renumbered into UP 8637
D&RGW 5384, patch-renumbered into UP 8637
D&RGW passenger train at the Colorado Railroad Museum. The F9 A&B diesel electric locomotives (1955) were used for the California Zephyrs and Rio Gran
D&RGW passenger train at the Colorado Railroad Museum. The F9 A&B diesel electric locomotives (1955) were used for the California Zephyrs and Rio Grande Zephyrs.