Programs 2018

Program times and places will be found on the Timetable

January 30, 2018
Members from the Colorado & Southern Railway Society presents the history of the C&S Caboose No. 1006.
The Colorado & Southern Railway Society is in the process of restoring the C&S Caboose No. 1006 to operational status, as it would have appeared in 1914, when the Colorado & Southern rebuilt its cabooses to the state they appear in today. Currently only three C&S bobber cabooses remain. No. 1009 is at the CRRM, No. 1008 is being restored by the Farmer brothers, and No. 1006, which is owned by the town of Silver Plume. Caboose No. 1006 is the only one of the three to retain all its original parts. Thus, it stands as the only truly complete C&S Narrow gauge Caboose.

February 27, 2018
General Meeting and our Annual Winter Swap Meet. Members may Buy – Sell – Trade their Trains, Structures, and Accessories. Start looking now for items you wish to offer for sale or trade. Pizza provided by the Hospitality Committee. Come for some bargains and some fellowship.

March 27, 2018
Program presented by Bob Leise (along with other members of DGRS) on the new “Larkspur Consolidated Railroad.” This 7 1/2” rail project is currently under construction in Larkspur, CO.

April 24, 2018
Steve Patterson, who worked for many years on various railroads, will present a program on the life of Fred Harvey, the man behind the Harvey Houses along America’s railroads.

May 22, 2018
Annual Gardening Presentation at O’Tooles Garden Center in Littleton

June 16, 2018
DGRS Annual Picnic and Swap Meet at the Colorado Railroad Museum. Members may Buy – Sell – Trade their Trains, Structures, and Accessories.

July 31, 2018
Get ready for fun! Cherylene Evans is presenting “Adding Whimsy to your Layout.” We will meet at Doug Mayes home, and will be creating a bit of whimsy for our railroads. Bring an old pickup truck, or a gondola car that is no longer worthy rolling stock or perhaps a little cart or wagon and we will plant succulents in them. They should survive the summer, add whimsy to your railroad and can live indoors through the winter.


Program Chairman – Erlene Finch contact via