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Colorado & Wyoming No. 207.
Colorado & Wyoming Nos. 2001 and 2002.
Colorado and Wyoming Railway
Originally founded in 1899, the Colorado and Wyoming Railway (reporting mark CW) is a former Class I railroad that is now a subsidiary of the Evraz North America. It hauls coal, ore and steel products on about five miles of track inside ERVAZ - Pueblo, CO Steel Mills facility (formerly Colorado Fuel and Iron's plant) in Pueblo, Colorado, and connects to the Union Pacific Railroad and the BNSF Railway. The railway was once a much larger railroad, serving the CF&I's mills, steel plants that were the only vertically integrated steel mills west of the Rockies until World War II.
Colorado and Wyoming No. 200 in Bi-Centennial livery, ca. 1976.
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