Monthly Archives: July 2014

Spotlight of the Week: Coach #65

The Black Hills Central Railroad’s Coach #65 is also known as the “Edward Gillette.” It was named after an engineer who was the track locator for the High Line Route from Edgemont to Deadwood and was originally a combine car used on the … Continue reading

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Engine of the Week: Diesel #63

The Black Hills Central Railroad runs diesel locomotives the first run of every day and when the steam engine is in need of maintenance. Number 63 is a GP9 model diesel built by the Electro-Motive Division of General Motors for the Chesapeake … Continue reading

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