Softcover, 32 pages, over 30 photographs, many in color, including a locomotive drawing, printed on quality, coated paper.
Author Stan Rhine shines a light on the fascinating history of Rio Grande Southern Steam Locomotive No. 20. Built in 1899, featured in Hollywood films, and operated by one of the most famous narrow gauge railroads in Colorado, the locomotive lead a storied career before becoming a Museum display piece. Material from Museum founder "Corny" Hauck and Executive Director Paul Hammond provide additional insight.
4-6-0 History, pp. 1-2;
The Florence & Cripple Creek Railroad, pp. 3-4;
The F&CC's Locomotives, The End of the F&CC, pg. 5;
The Rio Grande Southern Railroad, pp. 5-7;
"Ticket to Tomahawk", Ten-Wheeler in Greasepaint, pg. 8;
The 20 Goes to Work, pg. 9;
The End of the RGS, A New Beginning for No. 20, pp. 10-11;
Photos, pp. 12-13;
Engine No. 20 Drawing, pp. 14-15;
Photos, pg. 16;
Finding the 20 - At Work!, pp. 17-18;
Photos, pp. 19-20;
Restoring No. 20: An Amazing Journey, pp. 21-25;
National Register Certificate, pg. 26;
Additional Reading, the Authors, pp. 27-28.