Magazines

  • [86] Morris, Ernest, "A Glimpse Of Moffat Tunnel History," THE COLORADO MAGAZINE, Vol. IV, No. 2, March 1927, pp. 63-66.
  • [118] Ferrell, Mallory Hope, "A Treasure In The Closet," TRAINS, Vol. 56, No. 8, pp. 68-70. , Concerns the D&RGWs Lobato Trestle
  • [102] Boyd, Jim, "Around The Narrow Gauge Circle," RAILFAN, Vol. I, No. 12, October 1977, pp. 36-45.
  • [99] Booth, Lavanda Joan, "Attempts To Saddle The Iron Horse In 1885," THE COLORADO MAGAZINE, Vol. XLIX, No. 3 Summer 1972, pp. 238-254. , The politics of railroad regulation in Colorado
  • [105] "CNW Happenings: 'In February, Rio Grande began ...'," NORTH WESTERN LINES, Vol. X, No. 2, Spring 1983, pp. 10-11. , This is a news item about D&RGW-CNW cooperation on a Pueblo-Chicago merchandise train and two coal trains
  • [106] "CNW Happenings: 'The Run-Through Unit Coal Trains ...'," NORTH WESTERN LINES, Vol. X, No. 3, Summer 1983, pg. 12. , News about the Converse Mine, Colorado-Wheatfield, Indiana coal train mentioned in the Spring 1983 issue of NWL
  • [93] Athearn, Robert G, "Captivity Of The Denver & Rio Grande," THE COLORADO MAGAZINE, Vol. XXXVII, No. 1, January 1960, pp. 39-58. , This covers the brief period of Santa Fe control of the Rio Grande
  • [109] Ferrell, Mallory Hope, "Classic Locomotives: D&RG's Class 48 0-6-0T Steam Switcher," RAIL CLASSICS, Vol. VIII, No. 5, September 1979, pp. ?.
  • [110] LeMassena, Robert A, "David Moffat's Bent Hairpin," RAIL CLASSICS, Vol. IX, No. 2, March 1980, pp. 46-55.
  • [154] Kindig, Richard H., "Denver & Salt Lake: East End Action," Locomotive Quarterly, Summer 1987, v.X no.4, Metaphor
  • [155] Kindig, Richard H., "Denver Union Station- The Modern Steam Era," Locomotive Quarterly, Fall 1986, v.X no.1, Metaphor
  • [147] Farewell, R. C., "Denver! (parts 1 & 2)," Pacific Rail News, September and October 1987, Interurban Press
  • [98] Taylor, Morris F, "El Moro: Failure Of A Company Town," THE COLORADO MAGAZINE, Vol. XLVIII, No. 2, Spring 1971, pp. 129-145.
  • [89] Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. James Rose, "Engineer Walk Of The Denver & Rio Grande," THE COLORADO MAGAZINE, Vol. XXIV, No. 6, November 1947, pp. 241-249. , William Walk was an engineer for the Rio Grande in the early years
  • [144] Rasmussen, Steve, "Hard Road to Alamosa," Trains, October 1995, Kalmbach Publishing
  • [112] Daugherty, Samuel A, "Hell On Minturn Hill: Thirteen Months Of Rail Wrecks Within A Thirteen-Mile Segment Of Track Fired The Fears Of Railway People On The D&RGW," RAIL CLASSICS, Vol. XIV, No. 1, January 1985, pp. 48-51. , The timeframe here is August 1925-September 1926
  • [117] Le Massena, Robert A, "How To Run A Railroad In 1972," TRAINS, Vol. XXXII, No. 9, July 1972, pp. 20-25.
  • [223] Thode, Jackson, Editor, "In the Mountains of Utah, by F. Hodgman," The Denver Westerners Roundup, Volume XXXIX, Number 4 , An account of Mr. Hodgman's experiences surveying and laying out the route of the D&RGW through Utah.
  • [115] Mead, Edgar T., Jr, "Is There A 'Best' Railroad?" TRAINS, Vol. XXIV, No. 11, September 1964, pp. 20-23.,"
  • [120] Ingles, J. David, "Landmark Locomotives: EMD's F7. The Most Famous Face In Railroading," TRAINS, Vol. 56, No. 8, August 1996, pp. 48-53. , Pages 50-51 contain pictures of D&RGW F7A #5641 and an unidentified F7B. There is also a note on Rio Grande F7 paint jobs that accompanies the pictures.
  • [104] Raney, Lee, "Marshall Pass: Modeling A Railroad And Its Operations," RAILROAD MODEL CRAFTSMAN, Vol. 54, No. 11, April 1986. , The is the first of two parts. Part 1 contained prototype history and information. Part 2, presumably in the May 1986 issue, dealt with designing a model railroad based on the Marshall Pass line
  • [145] Cafky, Morris, "Monarch: Before...and After," Trains, July 1965, Kalmbach Publishing
  • [177] Warner, Paul T., "Motive Power Development on the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Part I," Baldwin Locomotives, Volume 6 Number 3, January, 1928, pp 3-28
  • [178] Warner, Paul T., "Motive Power Development on the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Part II," Baldwin Locomotives, Volume 6, Number 4, April, 1928, pp 27-44
  • [158] Farrel, Jack W., "Mountain Battlers of the Denver & Salt Lake," Locomotive Quarterly, Spring 1982, v.V no.3, Metaphor
  • [23] "Narrow Gauge And Short Line Gazette, Volume 20, Number 4," Benchmark Publications, Ltd.
  • [180] "New Motive Power for the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad," Baldwin Locomotives, Volume 16, Number 4, April, 1938
  • [181] "Old 168 Becomes a Monument," Baldwin Locomotives, Volume 17, Number 2, October, 1938, pp 11-12
  • [119] Hemphill, Mark W., "Opportunity Lost: Tennessee Pass And The Royal Gorge Route," TRAINS, March 1997, Vol. 57, No. 3, pp.34-35., Kalmbach Publishing
  • [92] Athearn, Robert G, "Origins Of The Royal Gorge Railroad War," THE COLORADO MAGAZINE, Vol. XXXVI, No. 1, January 1959, pp. 37-57.
  • [149] Patterson, Steve, "Orphan of the Moffat Division," Passenger Train Journal, March 1983, PTJ Publishing
  • [179] Sagstetter, W. H., "Performance Records on the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad," Baldwin Locomotives, Volume 18, Numbers 1 and 2, October, 1939
  • [20] "Railfan & Railroad Magazine, Volume 11, Number 11," Carstens Publications
  • [94] Athearn, Robert G, "Railroad Renaissance In The Rockies," UTAH HISTORICAL QUARTERLY, Vol. XXV, No. 1, January 1957, pp. 1-26. , Events of the 1935-1947 reorganization
  • [116] Morgan, David P, "Rio Grande Revisited," TRAINS, Vol. XXV, No. 6, April 1965, pp. 20-30.
  • [148] Farewell, R. C., "Rio Grande's Big Ten Curve," Pacific Rail News, March 1986, Interurban Press
  • [146] Sagers, Cliff, "Rio Grande: East of Tennessee Pass," Pacific Rail News, August 1993, Interurban Press
  • [150] Grabowski, Bryan, "Rocky Mountain Power," Railroad Modeler, February 1976, Challenge Publications
  • [156] Kindig, Richard H., "Salida: Dual-Gauge Rio Grande Division Point," Locomotive Quarterly, Fall 1984, v.VIII no.1, Metaphor
  • [157] Kindig, Richard H., "Salt Lake City- A Western Crossroad," Locomotive Quarterly, Spring 1984, v.VII no.3, Metaphor
  • [210] Warner, Paul T., "Steam Locomotives of the Denver & Rio Grande Western," Pacific Railway Journal, Vol. 2 No. 3
  • [87] Bollinger, Edward T, "Surveying For The Moffat Road," THE COLORADO MAGAZINE, Vol. XXIV, No. 5, September 1947, pp. 201-220.
  • [88] Bollinger, Edward T, "Surveying For The Moffat Road," THE COLORADO MAGAZINE, Vol. XXIV, No. 6, November 1947, pp. 263-270.
  • [103] Boyd, Jim, "The Colorful Joint Line," RAILFAN & RAILROAD, Vol. VI, No. 12, October 1987(?), pp. 56-59.
  • [91] Athearn, Robert G, "The Denver & Rio Grande And The Panic Of 1873," THE COLORADO MAGAZINE, Vol. XXXV, No. 2, April 1958, pp. 121-138.
  • [90] Athearn, Robert G, "The Denver & Rio Grande Railway: Colorado's 'Baby Road'," THE COLORADO MAGAZINE, Vol. XXXV, No. 1, January 1958, pp. 35-50.
  • [100] Ayres, Mary C, "The Founding Of Durango, Colorado," THE COLORADO MAGAZINE, Vol. VII, No. 3, May 1930, pp. 85-94.
  • [140] Hemphill, Mark, "The Front Range," CTC Board, May 1985, Hyrail Productions,
  • [95] Athearn, Robert G, "The Independence Of The Denver and Rio Grande," UTAH HISTORICAL QUARTERLY, Vol. XXVI, NO. 1, January 1958, pp. 2-21. , Events following the 1935-1947 reorganization contest
  • [139] Harmen, Robert R., "The Joint Line," Railfan, May 1978, Carstens Publications
  • [152] Boyd, Jim, "The Modern Moffat," Railroad Model Craftsman, November 1977, Carstens Publications
  • [141] Hemphill, Mark, "The Moffat Coal Road," Trains, July 1994, Kalmbach Publishing
  • [211] Getz, Charlie, "The Narrow Gauge Scene: Passenger Cars of the Rio Grande, Part 1," Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette, Vol. 14 No. 1
  • [212] Getz, Charlie, "The Narrow Gauge Scene: Passenger Cars of the Rio Grande, Part 2," Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette, Vol. 14 No. 2
  • [213] Getz, Charlie, "The Narrow Gauge Scene: Passenger Cars of the Rio Grande, Part 3," Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette, Vol. 14 No. 3
  • [214] Getz, Charlie, "The Narrow Gauge Scene: Passenger Cars of the Rio Grande, Part 4," Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette, Vol. 14 No. 4
  • [215] Getz, Charlie, "The Narrow Gauge Scene: Passenger Cars of the Rio Grande, Part 5," Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette, Vol. 14 No. 5
  • [216] Getz, Charlie, "The Narrow Gauge Scene: Passenger Cars of the Rio Grande, Part 6," Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette, Vol. 14 No. 6
  • [217] Getz, Charlie, "The Narrow Gauge Scene: Passenger Cars of the Rio Grande, Part 7," Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette, Vol. 15 No. 1
  • [218] Getz, Charlie, "The Narrow Gauge Scene: Passenger Cars of the Rio Grande, Part 8," Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette, Vol. 15 No. 2
  • [101] Macy, Guy E, "The Pueblo Flood Of 1921," THE COLORADO MAGAZINE, Vol. XVII, No. 6, November 1940, pp. 201-211. , Mention is made of the damage suffered by the Rio Grande in this flood. A few pictures of the Rio Grande damage are included. The Pueblo flood is important, because Denver interests used Pueblo's desire for a flood control bill to get Pueblo to vote for the bill creating the Moffat Tunnel Improvement District. Denver voted for Pueblo's flood control in exchange for Pueblo's support for the tunnel and Pueblo voted for the tunnel in exchange for Denver's support for flood control
  • [151] Le Massena, Robert A., "The Rail-Guided Gravity-Powered Missile," Vanishing Rails, Winter 1996, v.1 no.2, Pentrex
  • [143] Hemphill, Mark, "The Unknown Rio Grande," Trains, July 1985, Kalmbach Publishing
  • [107] Payton, Neal, "The Zephyr Goes Amtrak," RAILFAN & RAILROAD, Vol. IV, No. 12, September 1983, pp. 32-38.
  • [153] Boyd, Jim, "Thoughts on a Typical Tipple," Railroad Model Craftsman, December 1977, Carstens Publications
  • [159] Eager, Jim, "Three Railroads: The Joint Line (parts 1 & 2)," Railmodel Journal, July and August 1991, Golden Bell Press
  • [222] Thode, Jackson, "To Aspen - And Beyond," The Denver Westerners Roundup, Volume XXIII, Number 4 , An account of the construction of the Aspen Branch, told using the actual telegraph messages from the period.
  • [96] Athearn, Robert G, "Utah And The Coming Of The Denver and Rio Grande," UTAH HISTORICAL QUARTERLY, Vol. XXVII, No. 2, April 1959, pp. 128-142.
  • [114] Schmidt, J. J, "What D&RGW Thinks Of Its KM's," TRAINS, Vol. XXIII, No. 1, November 1962, pp. 36-38.
  • [113] "Who Says EVERYBODY's Flying?," TRAINS, Vol. XVIII, No. 8, June 1958, pp. 16-27. , This discussion of name passenger trains includes the California Zephyr and the D&RGW/MP Colorado Eagle
  • [97] Storey, Brit Allan, "William Jackson Palmer: Promoter," THE COLORADO MAGAZINE, Vol. XLIII, No. 1, Winter 1966, pp. 44-55.
  • [111] Monroe, Greg, "Winds Of Change: The Last Days Of The Rio Grande Zephyr," RAIL CLASSICS, Vol. XII, No. 6, November 1983, pp. 30-37 and 48-53.
  • [108] Mundis, Daryl A, "Zephyrs Still Blow," RAIL CLASSICS, Vol. VIII, No. 5, September 1979, pp. 40-45.
 
 

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