Burnham Engineering Map (BUR02)
Rio Grande’s famed Burnham shops was “home” shop, the epicenter of the three-state D&RGW system that once included both standard and narrow gauge steam locomotives. The area was named after George Burnham, a principle in the Baldwin Locomotive Works. Starting as a small facility in the late 1870s, Burnham grew into a massive locomotive and car shop complex. Workers at Burnham built, repaired, and maintained all types of equipment at the shops.
The BUR02 map represents the earliest version the Burnham shop complex located in central Denver in 1890. Other Burnham maps (BUR01 & BUR03 both revised in 1953) in the societies collection show the progression of the shop through the years
Map Print & Order Information
The map will be printed on architectural grade paper with a wide-bed laser printer. Physical size of this map is 52″ x 18″. Keep in mind the details on the map when printed will likely be proportionally smaller and may be more difficult to read.
All map orders are printed on-demand once your order has been received by the Society and processed by our large format printing partner. For that reason please allow up to 4 weeks for delivery.