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Golden’s Geese

Gas-powered train engines a popular curiosity at Colorado Railroad Museum
Golden Goose No. 7 serves as a tourist attraction around the Colorado Railroad Museum’s loop track in Golden.
The Galloping Geese were in service from 1931-52 on a line that ran between Ridgway and Durango.
Galloping Goose No. 2 is one of three owned by the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden. Al Blount is a volunteer at the museum.
Galloping Goose No. 2 is one of three owned by the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden. Al Blount is a volunteer at the museum.
Al Blount, a volunteer at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, talks about the history of the converted automobiles such as Golden Goose No. 6.
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Golden’s Geese

Golden Goose No. 7 serves as a tourist attraction around the Colorado Railroad Museum’s loop track in Golden.
The Galloping Geese were in service from 1931-52 on a line that ran between Ridgway and Durango.
Galloping Goose No. 2 is one of three owned by the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden. Al Blount is a volunteer at the museum.
Galloping Goose No. 2 is one of three owned by the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden. Al Blount is a volunteer at the museum.
Al Blount, a volunteer at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, talks about the history of the converted automobiles such as Golden Goose No. 6.
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