Night in an Outfit Car

A lonely siding in Colorado was no place for the faint of heart
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The silver bunk car marked "D&RGW" rests on the stockyard spur next to Cisco siding, windows open to the night breeze. Inside, the track-gang members lie sleeping on top of their blankets, the blistering head of the eastern Utah desert sun still...

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