"EVERY RAIL HAS A SILVER LINING"
25 miles west of Gunnison, and 36 miles between Sapinero and Lake City, with 1,000-foot high walls through the brutal Lake Fork Canyon, this is where the Lake City Branch would travel between 1889, to 1937 when the rails were removed.
Here we see D&RGW Locomotive #176, at the Lake City Depot.
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"EVERY RAIL HAS A SILVER LINING" The Lake City Branch
Lake Fork Junction is where the rails spurred to the south, towards the riches of Lake City, and Hinsdale County, along the Lake Fork of the Gunnison River.
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