Locomotive # 683

The Museum has over 100 historic locomotives and railcars on 15-acres of scenic North Table Mountain in Golden Colorado. The Museum Depot is a replica of an 1880 depot and is home to the Museum's exhibits, an operating HO scale model railroad, Museum store and numerous pieces of memorabilia.

Copyright: Jon eady
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Uploaded: 07/03/2011
Updated: 10/04/2012


Tags: colorado; denver; historical railroad; narrow gauge
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