Galloping Goose

A strange name for a strange vehicle:

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A „Galloping Goose“

According to Wikipedia, a „Galloping Goose“ is the popular name given to a (series of seven) railcar(s) built by the Rio Grande Southern Railroad in the 1930s, because at that time trains were too expensive to run on their minor lines. This one here can be seen at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden/CO. For enthusiasts: The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad still offers rides in Galloping Goose #5.