An old Elitch Gardens locomotive built by J. W. Shriver in 1889. He lost one of his legs in World War 1 so, as to not unbalance the engine, he rode behind the tender on a custom flat car and ran the engine with extended controls. The coolest thing about this engine is that it has a genuine Russian iron boiler jacket that is in great shape, which is beyond rare. It was a coal burner and the 'DNW' on the side stands for Denver and North Western. This little engine will soon be on display at the Elitch Theatre in Denver on loan from the Colorado Railroad Museum.