|A ride behind the "One Spot", with crowded gondola and flatcar, 1970s. (Clark Bauman)|
|#5 outside South Park enginehouse, 1970s. (Clark Bauman)|
The railroad itself was named directly after the narrow-gauged Denver, South Park & Pacific Railroad in Colorado which Jim admired. Glenwood, besides being the location of the railroad, was a historic railroad stop until 1940, while the name of the Clems stop on his line is after the real-life Clems station that sat at the south-western end of the Glenwood vale. Stovebolt was named after the Chevrolet engine that ran the mill. The etymology of Luteward Junction is not currently known to this historian.
|#5 being worked on outside Glenwood, 1970s. (Clark Bauman)|
|Craig operating the #13 on the Hillcrest & Wahtoke Railroad line in the 2000s. (Mike Massee)|
|#5 on the Hillcrest & Wahtoke Railroad line in the 2000s. (Mike Massee)|
Citations & Credits:
- "Glenwood, South Park & Pacific #13". Hillcrest.
- Mike Massee and Clark Bauman, photographs and personal correspondence.
- "Narrow Gauge at Glenwood". The Grand Scales Quarterly 10 (Jan 2000), 10-14.
- "The Big Juice – Electric Operations on the GSP&P". John Haskey, 2008.
- "GSP&P #13, Full Train". HillcrestShops, 2015.
- "Hillcrest & Wahtoke 15" gauge live steam railroad grande scales". Mike Massee, 2008. Engine #13 at 0:25.