Built by Baldwin Brothers in Jan/Feb 1880
for the Denver, South Park, & Pacific,
this is the oldest surviving steam locomotive
in the state of Colorado. It ran on the
DSP&P starting off numbered 51 then changed
to 191 staying there until the South Park became  the Denver, Leadville, & Gunnison subsidiary of
the Union Pacific railroad when things were reorganized. Around 1900 the DLG and other
UP subsidiaries were being reorganized /
merged into the fledging Colorado & Southern narrow gauge lines where it became C&S #31, though that number was never painted on it.

It headed to Wisconsin logging roads where
it was the power for two different ones until
being retired in 1932 to a Logging Museum.

Cornelius Hauck discovered it there and organized a 3 way trade to get it back home to Colorado.
It has just come out of a cosmetic restoration.
This book is spiral bound so it lays flat
and has heavy duty,
full color, paper covers. It is 8 1/2" tall and
5 1/2" wide.

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Denver, South Park, & Pacific
(also ex- DL&G, C&S, 2 Wisconsin logging roads)

Locomotive #191
This book has
94 pages with 274 photos