In the early years of the
railway a trolley traveled between rail stations along the Row River. A
street car appearing vehicle known as the Galloping Goose trolley was
built as an economical means to ferry people and supplies to stations
such as Hawley Butte. A nickel would take you to the next station or
for a dollar you could ride to the end of the line at Rujada where
tourists could spend a relaxing day in the forest.