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Como Depot Shirts and Hats

To commemorate the restoration of the Como depot, the society is offering Caps and Shirts with a unique “Como Depot - since 1870” logo. As with all Society sales, proceeds go towards historical preservation fund. This fund supports worthy projects such as the Como depot restoration.

The Polo shirts come in light blue and yellow-gold, T shirts come in light gray and dark gray, sizes M-L-XL-2XL (mens) and M-L-XL (women).

Prices are $25 for Polo shirts and $15 for T shirts, plus $2.50 per shirt S/H.

The ball caps come in 1 adjustable fits-all size in yellow-gold and olive drab. Price for hats is $17 plus $1.50 per hat S/H.

Make checks payable to DSPS&P Historical Society and send to: Denver South Park & Pacific Historical Society, P. O. Box 26, Buena Vista, CO 81211-0026

Denver South Park and Pacific Historical Society 2017 calendar.

The 2017 calendars are in stock and feature more photographs from the collections of the Society and its members. Many are previously unpublished. We still have some 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 calendars in stock (2012 sold out) at half price. Like the society's photographs, all proceeds go to our preservation fund.

To order the 2017 calendar, send $15 per calendar ($12 for DSP&P Historical Society members) plus $2.50 per order for shipping to the the DSP&P Historical Society, PO Box 26, Buena Vista, CO 81211-0026. Make checks out to DSP&P Historical Society.

Como Depot Posters

The Rocky Mountain Railroad Heritage Society is an organization dedicated to saving endangered Colorado Railroad depots. They have commisioned a poster to recognize the successful restoration of the Como depot.

They are selling posters of Como and other depots for $20.00 each postpaid. All proceeds from the sale of these posters support their mission to save the endangered depots.

The Como poster measures 18"H by 12"W. Make checks out to Rocky Mountains Railroad Heritage Society and remit to: Rocky Mountain Railroad Heritage Society, P. O. Box 969 Englewood CO 80151-0969

Art Wallace's Mason Bogie Drawings

Set includes 7 individual sheets: Tender Truck; Engine Truck; Cab; Structural Framework; Tank; Boiler; Boiler attachments

Scale Member's Price Non-Member's Price
1-1/2" = 1 foot $60 $70
1" = 1 foot $55 $65
1/2" = 1 foot $50 $60

To order, send the price of the selected size plus $10 per order for shipping to the the DSP&P Historical Society, PO Box 26, Buena Vista, CO 81211-0026. Make checks out to DSP&P Historical Society.

The Denver, South Park,and Pacific Historical Society has accumulated a large quantity of photos from the early years of our favorite narrow gauge railroad.

In the interest of making these historical photos available to all, we will now offer high quality, high resolution prints of much of the Society’s collection. All pictures feature very sharp detail unless otherwise noted.

Presented here are low resolution examples of a few of the photos we are offering.  Be assured that the photos you receive will be of the highest quality.  New prints will be added periodicaly so be sure to keep checking back.  We will date when photos are added or changed so you can tell what is new.

Sizes and prices are as marked on the downloadable order form.

While we have attempted to keep the price as low as possible, sale of these prints is a major fund raising source for the work of the Society.  It will enable us to continue to preserve historical items as well as contribute to the restoration of what remains of the lines that all became the Colorado & Southern narrow gauge routes.

Temporarily, it will be necessary to mail order your prints until we see if there will be enough interest in these items to warrant a full shopping cart type site.

To order photographic prints, send your order showing print name, size(s) wanted and your check to:

South Park Prints
P. O. Box 1590
Fairplay, CO  80440   - - - - Make checks out to DSP&P Historical Society.

Kokomo, Colorado

This is a well known view of Kokomo, but you have probably not seen it this clearly.  The view is to the west c1890's.  Denver, Leadville & Gunnison eastbound train includes engine 115, baggage 1322 and coaches 65 and 133. 

The train is crossing the D&RG track, with the remains of the White Quail smelter behind the last coach and the town of Kokomo/Recen in the background.

Furnished in sepia tone like this view. Photo by Grove

Order Kokomo Photo AA22

Keystone, Colorado

Views of Keystone are quite rare, and this unpublished photo is a beauty.  The depot (which still exists), wye, siding, end of track and several freight cars can be seen. 

From a glass plate negative by Dr. Clinton Scott of Como, c1900.

Order Keystone photo RJS02

Pitkin, Colorado

This unpublished photo is from two 5X7 glass plate negatives "stitched" together by computer.  Taken by Dr. Clinton Scott of Como c1899-1900.  This view is to the NNW and shows the town from the mill at far left to the depot at far right.  Also in the view is the water tank and several freight cars.  This view comes in a 10" X 30" size and is priced at $25.00  
Order Pitkin photo RJS01

Morrison, Colorado

This unpublished view of Morrison, c1900, is from a glass plate negative taken by Dr. Clinton Scott of Como.  Looking west, the turntable and depot can be seen.

Order Morrison photo RJS03

Silver Plume, Colorado

An unpublished view from a glass plate negative. Photographer unknown.  This view to the east shows the Clear Creek line with the depot in the distance.  It also shows the grade for the Argentine Central which dates it 1905

Order Silver Plume photo RJS04

Alma, Colorado

Another "Double-wide" view from two glass plate negatives taken by Dr. Clinton Scott c1900 and seamlessly stitched together by computer.  The view is to the west-northwest.  10" X 30" -- $25.00

Order Alma photo RJS04

 


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