This shot shows the display at Alamosa as it looked in June of 1970.
End view of the Creede, Colorado depot in July 1970. The station still has the iconic D&RGW logo in place!
Side view of the Creede depot needing some TLC in July 1970
Mudhen #464 looks a bit sad in this July 1970 view in Durango. Who knew then that this locomotive would steam again but in Michigan!
Detail view of the ashpit in Durango, July 1970.
Perhaps the caboose most familiar to visitors to Durango, 0540 basks in the sun in July 1970.
Drop bottom gondola number 841 sits connected to caboose 0540 in front of the Durango station in July 1970
Maintenance of Way (MOW) car number 01045. MOW equipment often utilized some of the oldest equipment on the line.
The Durango sandhouse circa July 1970.
Durango depot looking sharp in this July 1970 shot
Nice view of the ashpit at Durango in July 1970.
Wagon Wheel Gap station view taken in July 1970
Note the "Business Opportunity" sign on the Wagon Wheel Gap station. July 1970.
End view of the Wagon Wheel Gap station taken in July 1970
The pot of gold is located in Durango in this shot from August of 1971.
The folks at Knott's Berry Farm had their work cut out for them when they received #464 in this condition!
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K-27 sits in poor condition in the Durango yards in this August 16, 1971 view. Compare this to the restored condition of #464 on the Huckleberry Railroad today.
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August 16, 1971 view of K-28 #473 in Durango.
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OK, OK, I had to add this shot because the paint scheme looked so fresh. GP-9 number 5904 in June of 1972.
A pair of sport models on display in Silverton, July 1972
K-28 #476 receives attention in Silverton in this classic view from July of 1972.
K-28 #476 pauses in Silverton in this view from July of 1972
It is August of 1972 and K-37 #491 sits forlornly missing many of its components.
August 8th, 1974 and K-28 #476 rests in Silverton in a scene often repeated since the 1950's.
D&RGW #50 at Felton, CA on August 29, 1974.
473 heads the Silverton in this view taken in Durango in September 1974.
The skip loader fills coal in the tender of 478 in the Durango yards in September of 1976.
In this view from September of 1976, K-28 #473 pulls alongside another section of the Silverton in the train's namesake town.