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Goose #5 Flies Again on the C&TSRR
Contributed by Larry Holcombe
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Former RGS Goose #5 flew again on Monday June 22, 1998. Goose #5 made a guest appearence on the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad. Having been recently restored, Rio Grande Southern Motor Number 5 (sometimes known as the Galloping Goose) completed a week of flights on the C&TSRR.
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The above image can be downloaded for use as a wallpaper by clicking here!

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