Colorado Railroad Museum

Relive Colorado’s fascinating and colorful railroading history.

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Colorado Railroad Museum
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  • Narrow Gauge Locomotive-Colorado Railroad Museum

    A narrow gauge railway has a track width narrower than 4 feet 8 1⁄2 inches.
  • The Headington Water Tank-Colorado Railroad Museum

    The No Aqua water tank is a working water filling station for steam locomotives. It is named for George Headington, a Denver & Rio Grande railroader. It is designed similar to Jack's cabin water tank near Crested Butte, Colorado.
  • Galloping Goose-Colorado Railroad Museum

    The Galloping Geese were automobile engine-powered railroad vehicles.
  • Coors Switcher-Colorado Railroad Museum

    Coors Brewing Company used the engine inside the 35.7 miles of track within the brewery from 1981 to 2004.
  • Caboose-Colorado Railroad Museum

    Denver Rio Grande Caboose 49
  • Rotary Plow-Colorado Railroad Museum

    A rotary plow designed to push snow off of the tracks. It worked much like a modern snow blower.
  • Locomotive 5771-Colorado Railroad Museum

    Locomotive 5771 pulled the California Zephyrs and Rio Grande Zephyrs.
  • Roundhouse-Colorado Railroad Museum

    The Roundhouse of the Colorado Railroad Museum, the repair and restoration facility.
  • Ride The Rails-Colorado Railroad Museum

    On the third Saturday of the month, ride a vintage passenger car pulled by one of the Colorado Railroad Museum’s locomotives.
  • Ride The Rails-Colorado Railroad Museum

    On the third Saturday of the month, ride a vintage passenger car pulled by one of the Colorado Railroad Museum’s locomotives.

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