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Denver & Rio Grande RR

Denver & Rio Grande Western RR

Rolling Stock

0548 was built by D&RG in 1881 as 49.  It became 0548 and rebuilt as a double truck car.  It was restored as D&RG 48, single truck, at the Colorado Railroad Museum.

Business car 100, "Wilson McCarthy" was built by Pullman in March 1950 as 1240.  It was rebuilt as 100 "Wilson McCarthy" in 1951 and renamed

159 is a narrow gauge refrigerator car at the Colorado Railroad Museum.

212 was built by Barney & Smith in 1878.

311 was built by Jackson & Sharp in 1881.

1120 "Silver Aspen" was built by Budd in 1948.  It sold to Chicago & North Western in 1984 and rebuilt by Milwaukee Railcar as 422 "Iowa River", presentation car.  It was sold to several individuals and purchased by Railroading Heritage of Midwest America.  It was sold to Grand Canyon Ry in 1999 and put in service in April 2000 as 2098 "Colorado River".


0503 was built by D&RG in 1886. It is preserved at the Cumbres & Toltec Ry.

0510 was built by D&RG as 11 in 1878.  It was renumbered 0510 and sold to Rio Grande Southern as W409 in 1891.  It was renumbered 0409 and repainted as Tomahawk & Western for the movie "Ticket to Tomahawk" in 1951.  It went to Narrow Gauge Motel in 1953 and sold to Magic Mountain in Golden, CO, in 1959.  It was rebuilt and then sold to Heritage Square in Golden, CO, in 1971.  It was sold to Disneyland Tokyo in the 1990s.

0517 was built by D&RG in 1880 and is "preserved" at the South Park City Museum in Fairplay, CO.

0587 was built by D&RG in 1900 and is preserved at the Pioneer Museum in Gunnison, CO.


01415 was one of a 20 car series, 01410-01429, built between 1941 and 1943.

01486 is now U. S. Navy DODX 01486 at Alliant Tech Systems, Bachus, UT.

01490 is now in tourist service on the Great Smoky Mountain RR.

01500 thru 01514 were built by International Car in 1966.



Thanks to Roger Kirkpatrick for his caboose information.


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