16mm color film with no sound on safety film stock. This film was produced by the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Company circa 1947. According to a note enclosed in the film can, the film documents the railroad's route along the Arkansas River between Pueblo and Salida, including views of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, train stations, bridges, coke ovens, and the rail-yard at Salida. The film measures approximately 350 feet in length, with an estimated run-time of 12 minutes.
Film title is typed on a note enclosed in the film canister. The note also indicates that this is reel "T-3A"
Handwritten on film can: "Orig. File T-3A Pueblo-Salida / 1947 - NO"