D&RGW PA1 6011 Editors Pick!        
D&RGW PA1 6011 at Salida, Colorado on August 25, 1965, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler. Number 6011 was built in April 1947 as D&RGW PA1 601A (c/n 74686), was renumbered to 6011 March 6, 1950, traded to EMD on an SD45 order December 20, 1967. It is seen here having arrived in Salida as Train #1, The Royal Gorge. Train #1 left Denver at 9:00 AM with a couple of cars from CB&Q's Denver Zephyr attached. The Zephyr cars were cut off at Colorado Springs and the train continued on to Pueblo where it met its counterpart, Train #2. Train #2 will pick up the Zephyr cars left by #1 and return them to Denver. This train continued on to Salida and will return as #2 departing Salida the next day at 9:00 AM.
Date: 8/25/1965 Location: Salida, CO   Map Show Salida on a rail map Views: 5014 Collection Of:   Chuck Zeiler
Locomotives: DRGW 6011(PA1)    Author:  Chuck Zeiler
D&RGW PA1 6011
Picture Categories: Roster,Passenger This picture is part of album:  D&RGW Standard Gauge
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Jim Satterwhite General As the Miller salesman says "Is that a hearse backed up to that baggage car?". Great photo and a well deserved Editor's Pick. 11/14/2010 11:35:18 PM
George Redmond General Great catch, Great shot. 11/15/2010 10:12:11 AM
William H. Davis Jr. General Nice shot 11/16/2010 7:05:04 AM
Trey Kunz General Very cool! 11/16/2010 8:09:15 AM
Dave Abeles General W O W I am jealous!!! :-) Thanks for sharing! 11/16/2010 9:14:41 AM
Bernie Feltman General James, George, Davis, Trey and David are all correct 11/23/2010 4:10:22 PM
Fred Stuckmann General That's special, I love PAs. 12/5/2010 4:06:40 PM
Robert Farkas General Excellent! The PA's paint scheme or lack thereof makes this a great piece of history, and the technical quality of the slide equals the rarity. Thanks for sharing this. 2/2/2011 7:28:59 PM
John Jornod General I was looking at PA's and noticed the picture you posted in December has a telephone pole some shadow and one less mountain bidding a locomotive. What program do you use to touch up these pho? It is so excellent I never would have guessed it had I not seen the other photo. 9/21/2014 2:52:46 PM
Robert Farkas General Finding your site is like finding a long-lost treasure. An "A+" image. 1/26/2015 11:01:23 PM

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