|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Title||1979 C&S train leaving the Coors Brewery|
Black and white photograph of a Colorado & Southern train leaving the Coors Brewery in Golden, Colorado. The brewery and the "M" on Mount Zion are present in the image.
Image was used as a press image in 1979. The back contains an unknown newspaper article that used the image. The clipping is stamped in blue ink, dating it Thursday, June 21, 1979.
Article reads, "Big Beer Run- Clyde B. Clark, a Colorado & Southern railroad engineer, makes his beer run twice a day. In this case it's for a trainload of Coors beer. Clark is the engineer on a shuttle between the Coors brewery in Golden, Colo., and the railroad yards in Denver, 15 miles away. The beer, which is unpasteurized, is shipped in insulated cars."
|Copyright||All rights belong to Golden History Museums, City of Golden, without restriction.|
|Caption||1979 C&S train leaving the Coors Brewery|
Coors Brewing Company
"M" on Mount Zion