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Colorado & Southern B-4-E Locomotive Shirt

Colorado & Southern B-4-E Locomotive Shirt

$20.00

Colorado & Southern B-4-E Locomotive Shirt

  • Logo Printed on Front
  • 100% Cotton
  • Shirt Color - Chestnut Gildan

The Colorado and Southern narrow-gauge lines were formed in 1898 from the Colorado Central and the Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroads. The narrow gauge had four distinct lines: the Platte Canyon Line from Denver, Colorado to Como, Colorado, the Gunnison Line from Como to Gunnison, Colorado via Alpine Tunnel, Highline between Como and Leadville, Colorado, and the Clear Creek line from Denver to Silver Plume, Colorado. Major Branch lines were the Baldwin branch between Gunnison and Baldwin; the Keystone from Dickey, Colorado to Keystone, Colorado; the Blackhawk branch between Forks Creek and Central City, Colorado; the Alma Branch from Como to Alma, Colorado; and the Morrison Branch from Denver to Morrison, Colorado. The Colorado and Southern narrow gauge operations never owned a new engine, all the motive power was inherited from the former companies.


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