Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad
Some people collect model rtrains,
or books, or artwork, depicting their favourite railways.
Some people collect paper momentos. Here are reproductions of a
few such articles for your enjoyment, gathered from various
sources. Take a look at the fancy fonts and engraved artwork!
Collecting railway passes, like
collecting stamps, is an interesting hobby in its own right.
There are many variations in the design and signatures across
the years. Some are quite rare and expensive, spme more
affordable but still desirable.
Other collectibles include
freight waybills, train orders, maintenance work orders and
other ephemora of railroad operations.
1880 front cover and back cover
1880 inside with timetable
1880 interior fold-out map
1884 Cover from Union Pacic Timetable (enlarged)
1884 DSP&P Schedule
(enlared and inverted for clarity)
1885, front cover with DSP&P Mogul #74, back cover tells the whole story
1887 Inside Timetable
1887 Inside Pull-out
1888 and 1898
DSP&P Schedule 1880
DSP&P Schedule 1889
Certificates circa 1889
DSP&P One Trip Pass 1879
DL&G Pass 1896
DL&G 1895 Two colour drop shading on front
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