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Re: Alamosa December 9 1936
Posted by: CharlieMcCandless (IP Logged)
Date: January 11, 2012 09:36AM

Engineer George W. Densmore was 63-year-old when he worked the westbound freight train to Durango. He was still on the engineers' board out of Durango in 1940. At No. 3 behind Marvin Fitzer and Owen House, engineer have enough seniority to run the San Juan.



Subject Written By Posted
  Alamosa December 9 1936 Jimmy Blouch 01/10/2012 04:20PM
  Re: Alamosa December 9 1936 Jim McKee 01/10/2012 09:35PM
  Re: Alamosa December 9 1936 CharlieMcCandless 01/10/2012 10:15PM
  Re: Alamosa December 9 1936 CharlieMcCandless 01/11/2012 09:36AM
  Re: Alamosa December 9 1936, tender cap. hank 05/10/2012 08:51AM


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Eastbound Colorado & Southern freight train leaving Waterton, Jefferson County, Colorado; Engines 69 and 70 and twenty-eight cars curve round bend at 15 MPH. Pbotographed: March 31 1941

Photo courtesy of the Denver Public Library Digital Image Collection catalog number MCC-3239.

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