Need some help with prototype operations

Discussion in 'Narrow Gauge Model Railroading' started by JGuess733, Jun 30, 2004.

  1. JGuess733

    JGuess733 New Member

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    I recently added a narrow gauge branchline to my railroad. I came accross an old D&RGW 2-8-0 at a garage sale along with a few freight cars, and a combine. They don't run that great, but I've been tinkering with them, and I've managed to work out a lot of the kinks. Nothing is lettered for the same railroad. I was wondering if the narrow gauge railroads in colorado ever interchanged their equipment. Or if each company only made their trains up using entirely their own equipment. Thanks for the help.

    Jason
  2. hudsonelectric

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    Good Morning, Jason...

    The roads, from what I know, didn't interchange because they operated in seperate areas of the state away from each other. The only exception to this is the Rio Grande Southern which was owned by the D&RGW narrow gauge road.

    Russ ;)