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In about 1984 or so we took a vacation up into Colorado, just driving and looking, etc. We decided to visit the train museum in Golden, thinking it would take a couple of hours. A day and a half later we finally drove away. I don't know how it is now, but there were several engines there where the visitors could get up in them and really get the feel of them. Probably not that way now. My son, aged 4 at the time, still remembers part of that trip with the trains.
There was one of the big boy engines there then, and I think it was, or could be operational at the time we were there. They had pictures of it being brought in under it's own power.
I can remember, as a ten year old, watching the trains here in Lubbock, Texas, over at the yard where they did maintenance on them and the sounds of them getting moving late at night. Modern trains just roar, not the same.
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