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A buddy of mine Ken Smith and I went up for the 491 roll out party and
took a lot of pics. It rained earlier and made for some great shots. Also
got some shots around the roundhouse in the late light.
A 100.00 well spent.
Click on the link below and the New Pics gallery on the...
When I run into people that post on the discussion boards
some ask me about the Caboose Gallery my gallery in a CB&Q
standard gauge wood caboose built in the 1890s.
Here are some pictures and the info is on my website in the
If your in Littleton I'm there most Sat and Sun.
Thanks for showing the picture
Now I get an idea of the layout with two stations and a postal annex.
That's interesting about the mail car still in ln the basement.
There is a grain elevator north of Denver that still has two wooden box cars in it.
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