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The D&RGW Scenic Line's
Lightweight Passenger Roster





Lightweight Streamliner RPO-Baggage-Express
Car #Length Manufacturer Miscellaneous Livery Builder Built Modeler / Owner
D&RGW 120185'IHCGrande Gold - 4 StripePS 1950Grant
Additional References & Notes:
  • 72' 1201-1202 Series built by Pullman-Standard in 1950.


Lightweight Streamliner Baggage-Express
Car #Length Manufacturer Miscellaneous Livery Builder Built Modeler / Owner
D&RGW 114085'IHCCombineGrande Gold - 4 StripePS 1950Grant
D&RGW 150585'IHCGrande Gold - 4 StripePS 1950Grant
Additional References & Notes:
  • 85' 1210-1212 Series built by Pullman-Standard in 1950.
  • 85' 1230-1231 Baggage-Combines built by Pullman-Standard in 1950, rebuilt as Baggage-Dormitory-Coaches for the PROSPECTOR.


Lightweight Streamliner Diner
Car #Length Manufacturer Name Miscellaneous Livery Builder Built Modeler / Owner
D&RGWMt Massive85'IHCCafe - LoungeGrande Gold - 4 Stripe Grant
Additional References & Notes:
  • 1116 former UP car 4801 built by ACF in 1949, acquired in 1979 to supplement the Rio Grande ZAephyr's Silver Banquet.
  • 1280-1281 Series built by Pullman for the PROSPECTOR in 1950 as Lounge-Diners Mt Timpanogos and James Peak. The HW Diners of same name were renamed. Kitchen was in center and rear dining area converted to a lounge.
  • 1290-1292 Pullman Buffet-Lounge Cars built for the Royal Gorge in 1950. Castle Gate was built to C&O specifications while 1291-1292 (Royal Gorge and Eagle Canon, previously HW Observation names) were built to Pere Marquette specifications.
  • 420-421 (2nd) Series Cafe-Lounge built by Hawker Siddley in 1968 for CN, named North Park & Winter Park (originally used on exD&SL coach-sleeper 450).Budd designed inside- bearing trucks with outside disc brakes.
  • 430-433 (2nd) Series outfitted for snack service and given "peak" names. Budd designed inside- bearing trucks with outside disc brakes.


Lightweight Streamliner Coach
Road Name Length Manufacturer Miscellaneous Livery Builder Built Modeler / Owner
D&RGW124585'IHCGrande Gold - 4 StripePS 1950Grant
D&RGW125085'IHCDome-CoachGrande Gold - 4 StripePS 1950Grant
D&RGWCanyon City85'IHCBi-Level
Unknown Prototype
Grande Gold - 4 Stripe Grant
Additional References & Notes:
  • 1241-1247 Series built by Pullman-Standard for the PROSPECTOR/ROYAL GORGE in 1950. 1240 rebuilt as Business Car 100 in 1951. Seated 52 passengers in two sections divided by a center bulkhead.
  • 1248-1250 Budd Dome Coaches purchased from C&O in 1949, with 'slanted'dome window super structure and observation ends rebuilt with connecting passageways/end doors.
  • 440-444 (2nd) Series Chair Cars with "Mount" names, Mount Elbert 441. Budd designed inside- bearing trucks with outside disc brakes.


Lightweight Streamliner Sleeper
RoadNameLength Manufacturer Miscellaneous Livery Builder Built Modeler / Owner
Additional References & Notes:
  • 1270-1273 5-5-6 (4 10-roomette, 6 double bedroom) Series built by Pullman for the PROSPECTOR in 1950. 5 roomettes were rebuilt into open sections. Named Brigham Young, John Evans, David Moffat and Heber C. Kimball. Seated 52 passengers in two sections divided by a center bulkhead.
  • 1248-1250 Budd Dome Coaches purchased from C&O in 1949, with 'slanted'dome window super structure and observation ends rebuilt with connecting passageways/end doors.


Lightweight Streamliner Parlor
RoadNameLength Manufacturer Miscellaneous Livery Builder Built Modeler / Owner
Additional References & Notes:
  • 425-427 (2nd) Series Parlor-Club cars built by Hawker-Siddeley in 1968, named Colorado Springs, Glenwood Springs and Idaho Springs. Budd designed inside- bearing trucks with outside disc brakes.


Lightweight Streamliner Lounge Observation
RoadNameLength Manufacturer Miscellaneous Livery Builder Built Modeler / Owner
D&RGW200185'IHC Grande Gold-4 Stripe Grant
Additional References & Notes:
  • Coach 1240 was rebuilt in 1951 as Business Car 100, renamed Wilson B. McCarthy in 1956. renamed Kansas in 1987.






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