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  1. Inside the cab of #683

    Inside the cab of #683

    1st off, sorry about the glare coming in from the windows. 2nd off, this is a pic. of the boiler & engineer's controls inside the cab of D&RGW #683
  2. Hanging out the window

    Hanging out the window

    This is the view hanging out the side window on the engineer's side of #683.
  3. Engineer's view

    Engineer's view

    This is the view out the front window from the engineer's "seat" of D&RGW #683
  4. Scenic Line of the World

    Scenic Line of the World

    #683's tender sports Rio Grande's "Scenic Line of the World" logo above the Denver & Rio Grande western lettering.
  5. D&RGW 2-8-0 #683

    D&RGW 2-8-0 #683

    D&RGW 2-8-0 # 683 sits on dispaly at the Colorado Rail Museum in Golden, Co. Built in October 1890 by Baldwin Locomotive Works as D&RG #583, it was renumbered to D&GRW #683 in 1924, she had a long & successful career before being retired in 1955. #683 is the only surving example...
  6. Wolverton Works U.K. c.1980's

    Wolverton Works U.K. c.1980's

    Photo I took at Wolverton Works c.1980's whilst on an "Education into Industry Course!". (I was then a Teacher).



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