It’s #TriviaTuesday at the Colorado Railroad Museum. This week our question is what happened to the original Denver & Rio Grande wood depot in Alamosa?
Participants are invited to submit their Trivia responses as a comment on our Facebook, YouTube, Instagram or Twitter pages online or send an email to email@example.com. Winners are announced the following week at the end of the video!
Last week we got seven correct responses! Our winner, selected by random drawing, is Charles McMillan, who responded on Facebook!
Last question: Which Continental Divide railroad tunnel in Colorado was converted to auto traffic in 1922?
Answer: The Busk Ivanhoe of the Colorado Midland, later renamed Carlton.
Have a GREAT Trivia Question you’d like us to feature? Send an email to the Museum’s Multimedia Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org!
In 2021 the Museum is operating socially distanced train rides each Saturday! Follow us on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Twitter. Correct responses were received from Charles McMillan, Russ Murphy, Chris Crowley, Keegan Hoelscher, galaxieman 64, Joe Hanacheck & Sam Riggs!