The Rio Grande owned an important narrow gauge rolling stock. It included thousands of freight cars of various types (flat cars, gondolas, tank cars, boxcars, stock cars, refrigerator cars, cabooses), but also hundreds of diverse passenger cars (narrow gauge Pullman cars even ran on the Rio Grande) and substantial maintenance-of-way (MOW) equipment (steam rotary snowplows, work cars, ...). A large part of the D&RGW narrow gauge rolling stock could be preserved and is now visible on several tourist railroads (Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, Georgetown Loop Railroad, Sumpter Valley Railway, ...) and scattered in different museums, especially at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden.

D&RGW steam locomotives
Rio Grande
steam locomotives
D&RGW freight cars
Rio Grande
freight cars
D&RGW passenger cars
Rio Grande
passenger cars
D&RGW MOW equipment
Rio Grande
MOW equipment

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