Denver and Rio Grande Western, Part 2

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See trains on the D&RGW line from Denver to Glenwood Springs and the northern portion of Tennessee Pass. We also follow the famous Joint Line on Colorado’s Front Range south of Denver.

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From the high plains of Colorado’s Front Range to the peaks and passes through the Rocky Mountains, the high iron of the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad traversed some of the most scenic areas of the United States. In this presentation, videographer Bob Rivard takes his first generation video equipment along on a journey in 1989 to view a portion of the D&RGW’s system. Included in this volume are more trains on the line from Denver to Glenwood springs and the northern portion of Tennessee Pass. Also Bob follows the famous Joint Line on Colorado’s Front Range south of Denver.

Tunnel Motor SD40T-2’s, SD-50’s and GP locomotives take care of long heavy trains up stiff grades and winding through tight canyons on the Moffat and Tennessee Pass lines. Then you will enjoy the action on the Joint Line with Fallen Flag’s Santa Fe and Burlington Northern trains joining operations with the Rio Grande! Locations highlighted are Tennessee Pass Tunnel, Belden, Minturn, Glenwood Canyon, Palmer Lake, Castle Rock and Larkspur.

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2 reviews for Denver and Rio Grande Western, Part 2

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    T.A.R.

    HERE AGAIN IS ANOTHER GREAT FILM BY VIDEO GRAPH ER BOB RIVARD. THIS ONE CONTINUES FROM THE VOLUME DVD, WITH MORE GREAT SCENERY FROM DENVER TO GLENWOOD SPRINGS. SEE EVEN MORE LOCOMOTIVES IN THIS ONE. 5 STARS AND 1 HOUR AND 42 MINUTES LONG.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    aw

    Very well put together and informative. Love the scenic shots and interesting lash ups. DRGW always had a lot of power on the head end. In comparison to the Pentrex video, this concentrates on one particular area instead of the whole system.

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