|These pages will be dedicated to photos and information about the
rail vehicles built by the Rio Grande Southern Railroad, called
"Galloping Goose". The Galloping Goose is a product of the Great Depression.
The Geese were introduced by the Rio Grande Southern Railroad as a more
economical means of transporting freight, mail and passengers.
The Galloping Geese added an extra twenty years to the life of the railroad, but in 1952, the
Rio Grande Southern abandoned its railroad forever.
All but one of these unique vehicles survive today, although a wonderful reproduction of Motor #1 has been created by Kark Schaeffer, for the Ridgeay Railroad Museum. See it here.
The following thumbnails bring you to image directories. Soon, there will be a history page as well.
Copyrights on all images are held by their respective owners.