Colorado Railroad Museum - Denver, South Park, & Pacific Railroad Locomotive No. 191


Address: 17155 W. 44th Ave., Golden 80401

Built in 1880, by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in Philadelphia, Locomotive No. 191 is important for its association with Colorado railroad history and for its engineering significance. It served the DSP&P and its successors for 22 years before being sold to a lumber company in Wisconsin. Acquired by the museum in 1973, it is the oldest, and one of the few surviving steam locomotives of the DSP&P, one of Colorado's most famous narrow gauge railroads. It was listed on the State Register of Historic Places (5JF1013.7) on December 11, 1996.
Quad Map/Date: Golden, 1965 (1994)
Sec/Town/Range: S23, T4S, R70W
Elevation: 5600
Source: Directory of State Register Places, 1997, Colorado Historical Society.
Last Modified: Wed, November 28 2012
 


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