Our Quick Pic Book series shows the subjects in extensive black & white photographs which have often been digitally edited to best exhibit the details.

The C-17 Class of locomotives were actually numbered that way after the D&RG Railroad came out of bankruptcy in 1924. The locomotive that became RGS #42 though was sold to the RGS in 1916 along with 2 other Consolidation locomotives
and is the only surviving C-17 left. This locomotive was part of Bob Richardson's collection at the Narrow Gauge Hotel & Museum in Alamosa but eventually was
one that had to be let go to other owners when the collection was relocated to
Golden and became the foundation of the Colorado Railroad Museum. It had 3
owners after Bob and is currently part of the collection in the roundhouse
of the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad in Durango, CO today.

This book has 66 pages with 149 B&W photos
This book is spiral bound so it lays flat and has heavy duty,
full color, paper covers and is
8 1/2" tall and 5 1/2" wide.

Sample pages are below.

MSRP $29.99 + s&h

Below are sample pages from the book
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Denver & Rio Grande Western RR /
Rio Grande Southern Railroad

C-17 Class Locomotive (painted RGS 42)