Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad

DSP&P Folio Drawings: Passenger Cars

The plans on this page are from the Colorado and Southern folio drawings, as the cars and locomotives appeared around 1901 to 1906. The drawings are useful for body dimensions and general layout, but there were many modifications between the mid 1880's and 1906.

On passenger cars, the most noticable change was the removal of open platforms on the baggage cars and baggage ends of combines. Also, duck-bill roofs were replaced by more modern bullnose styles. Window treatments don't appear to have changed too much, but several cars were converted from coach to combine and vice versa.  Research the available photos to be sure of the details.These drawings are not to scale.

Photos, scale plans, history, and models of DSP&P rolling stock appear on other  pages  of this website -- see
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