& Then Some
ALONG THE OLD SOUTH PARK LINE
Starting at the Old Denver South Park & Pacific Division town of Como, the memories of former C&S narrow gauge railroaders are traced across the old South Park Line. From family photo albums, tape recordings, newspaper articles and historical documents, the past is brought to life. Starting in 1899 the Colorado & Southern carried the torch of the old DSP&P until the line was scrapped.
The memories from these former railroaders were passed on to their descendants and set the stage for insight into life on a Colorado mountain railroad and in Colorado mountain towns. There are approximately 340 b&w photos, many from railroaders' cameras and previously not published, in this 240 page hardbacked book, along with maps and paper items.
Cost $59 -- authors will sign the book upon request.