ALCO sitting at a grain facility, Silver Bow Montana. ALCO was the American Locomotive Company, which built the first successful diesel electric locomotive. This locomotive was ex-Union Pacific No. 1166
Railroad trains; Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Company; Railroads;
Builder plate for Denver and Rio Grande Western tunnel motor No. 5356, sitting on Tintic Lead, Springville, Utah. The plate says Electro-Motive Division, GM, LaGrange, Illinois, Date 7-75, Class 0-6-6-0, Tons (unintelligible), Serial no. 756046-1
Chicago and North Western Transportation Company; Railroad trains; Railroads;
Chicago and North Western Transportation Company (C&NW) No. 6829 and Denver and Rio Grande Western Railway Nos. 5351, 5514, and 5368 awaiting departure off the old Kaiser interchange track on a westbound Union Pacific export coal train.
Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Company; Railroads; Railroad cars;
Denver and Rio Grande Western Scale Test Car, sitting at Provo, Utah. A scale test car is a type of railroad car in maintenance of way service. Its purpose is to calibrate the weighing scales used to weigh loaded railroad cars to ensure they are...