Ford Hill

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Railroad locomotive on Engineer's Curve crossing Barney Ford Hill above Breckenridge

Locomotive Number 205 is stopped at Engineer's Curve on Barney Ford Hill overlooking the town of Breckenridge, Colorado. Circa 1890s. A man stands on the side of the railroad tracks while two other men lean on the metal frame pilot attached to the front of the train, also called the "cowcatcher". Tenmile Range in the background.

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Snowy landscape view of houses and buildings in Breckenridge, looking east at the railroad tracks on Ford Hill

Snowy landscape of Breckenridge, Colorado looking east at the railroad tracks on Ford Hill, with Bald Mountain in the background. Smoke rises from the stovepipes on wood frame buildings and houses. In view on the west side of Main Street, from left: the back of Denver Hotel's two buildings side-by-side; an unidentified structure with an angled roof; rear view of the Arlington Hotel, including the backside of its curvilinear false front; J.A. Turk and Company drugstore and saloon; and other structures and houses. Circa April 1899.

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Stereoview card captioned "Railroading, From Como to Breckenridge. D.S.P. RR"

Stereoview card showing Denver, South Park and Pacific (DSP&P) narrow gauge railroad tracks with Barney Ford Hill in the background. Title quoted from printed caption: "1739. Railroading, From Como to Breckenridge. D.S.P. RR." Along the short edges of the card: "Published at Georgetown, Colorado" and "Alex Martin, Rocky Mountain Views". On the reverse is handwritten: "East side Boreas Pass between Como & Breckenridge - Dorothy Shaw." Late 1880s.

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Wood frame houses and the Occidental Hotel on North Main Street in Breckenridge

Wood frame houses and the Occidental Hotel on North Main Street in Breckenridge, Colorado. Looking east over the snowy landscape, with Bald Mountain and Barney Ford Hill in the background. In the distant view, left center, is the hip gable roof and four-sided cupola of the brick Summit County Courthouse on Lincoln Avenue. Snow and ice covered Blue River is in the foreground. Probably before the dredge came through, circa 1920s.

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