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ROCKY MOUNTAIN RAILROAD CLUB

Railroad Equipment

Engine No. 20; RICO; Caboose No. 0578; Streetcar 3101; No 25; Railway Car No. 22

Equipment acquired by the Club was preserved and restored by volunteers working at the Colorado Railroad Museum. This equipment included Rio Grande Southern locomotive No. 20, Denver & Rio Grande Western Caboose #0578, Rio Grande Southern Business Car #021 (the “Rico”); Ft. Collins Municipal Railway Car #22 (the “Birney”); Los Angeles Railway PCC Car #3101; a former Colorado & Southern box car and a former Public Service Company of Colorado motor car. The Birney has been transferred to the Pikes Peak Historical Street Railway Foundation (PPHSRF). Their restoration efforts are remarkable, giving the Birney a fresh off the factory floor look. The PPHSRF also owns PPC Car #3101 which is stored in serviceable condition in Colorado Springs. http://www.coloradospringstrolleys.com/.

The other pieces of equipment are now owned by the Colorado Railroad Museum. Locomotive No. 20 is undergoing significant restoration in Strasburg, Pennsylvania. http://coloradorailroadmuseum.org/museum-home/locomotives/?doing_wp_cron=1338505014

Rio Grande Southern Engine No. 20

Outshopped in 1899, No. 20, a narrow gauge rail car, was our flagship engine.

 

Rio Grande Southern Business Car 021, (RICO)

Built in 1882, RICO, was built originally as a postal car.

 

Denver & Rio Grande Western Caboose No. 0578

Built around 1879 for the narrow gauge rail system.

 

Los Angeles Railway PCC Streetcar 3101

Built in 1943 for the Los Angeles Railway.

 

Denver & Intermountain Railroad 25

No. 25 is a part the Rocky Mountain Historical Foundation and the only totally intact, surviving car of Denver's once vast electric railway system.

 

Fort Collins Municipal Railway Car NO. 22

Built in 1919, No. 22 was in operation until 1951.

 

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