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Resurrecting the RGS
Posted by: superfleet (IP Logged)
Date: January 04, 2012 08:50AM

I saw the topic broached on another thread so here is a new one, does anyone have information on the history of the attempts in the last several years to resurrect at least a small part of the RGS on its' former right-of-way? I remember hearing that the Dolores group had gathered some materials to attempt this but i think they ran into some sort of deal-killer and ended up donating their stash of track components to someone else's project (the track re-lay in Silverton maybe?).

Anyone with details, history, future probabilities, etc for any of the RGS to be re-laid would be most appreciated by this narrow gauge fan clear over here in Kansas!


Dan Decker
lifetime member, CRRM

Subject Written By Posted
  Resurrecting the RGS superfleet 01/04/2012 08:50AM
  Re: Resurrecting the RGS jalbers 01/04/2012 09:04AM
  Re: Resurrecting the RGS - Not! ... sad smiley Russo Loco 01/16/2012 09:09PM
  Re: Resurrecting the RGS - Not! ... sad smiley GeorgeGaskill 01/16/2012 10:45PM
  Re: Resurrecting the RGS - Not! ... sad smiley Russo Loco 01/16/2012 10:48PM
  Re: Resurrecting the RGS - Not! ... sad smiley superfleet 01/17/2012 11:54AM
  Re: Resurrecting the RGS - Not! ... sad smiley NormAcker 01/17/2012 01:29PM
  Re: Resurrecting the RGS Jeff Taylor 01/18/2012 07:42PM
  Re: Resurrecting the RGS Larry Spencer 01/17/2012 12:03PM
  Re: Eminent Domain - Not! ... sad smiley Jim Grigsby 01/18/2012 11:10AM
  Re: Eminent Domain - Not! ... sad smiley GeorgeGaskill 01/20/2012 12:45AM
  Re: Resurrecting the RGS olarmy 01/17/2012 07:06PM
  Re: Resurrecting the RGS, again? hank 01/18/2012 10:37AM
  Re: Resurrecting the RGS, again? South Park 01/19/2012 02:37AM

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