Boreas Pass, CO

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Boreas Pass in autumn, with a view of Quandary Peak, Mount Helen and Peak 10

Golden yellow autumn colors of aspen trees on Boreas Pass road with a view of Quandary Peak, Mount Helen and Peak 10 of the Tenmile Range in the background. In the valley below is Goose Pasture Tarn Lake, located south of Breckenridge, Colorado, near the town of Blue River. Photograph was taken probably after Goose Pasture Tarn dam was constructed in 1965.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

Boreas Pass in autumn, with a view of Quandary Peak, Mount Helen and Peak 10

Golden yellow autumn colors of aspen trees on Boreas Pass road with a view of Quandary Peak, Mount Helen and Peak 10 of the Tenmile Range in the background. In the valley below is Goose Pasture Tarn Lake, located south of Breckenridge, Colorado, near the town of Blue River. Photograph was taken probably after Goose Pasture Tarn dam was constructed in 1965.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

Dogsledding on Boreas Pass with a view of the Tenmile Range

Postcard, "Colorado Photography" by John Topolnicki. Caption on the reverse includes the four (4) b's Breckenridge logo: "Dogsled Racing; I-70/US 6 and Colorado 9; Ski Country; Colorado" and "Dog sledding on Boreas Pass with Peak 8 of the Breckenridge Ski Area in the background." One of six detachable postcards folded into a packet.

Golden yellow aspen trees along Boreas Pass road with Quandary Peak, Mount Helen and Peak 10 in view

A stand of golden yellow aspen trees along Boreas Pass road with a view of Quandary Peak, Mount Helen and Peak 10 of the Tenmile Range. Boreas Pass road follows the old narrow gauge railroad bed from Como, in Park County, to Breckenridge, Colorado. Photograph was taken before Goose Pasture Tarn dam was constructed in 1965.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

Plaque, aspen trees in autumn along Boreas Pass Road

A "Colorado Windows" plaque designed by Colorado Photography Topolnicki. Photomechanical print of a photograph by John Topolnicki of aspen trees in autumn along Boreas Pass Road, near Breckenridge, Colorado. Used for decoration in the home, office, lodge or other similar spaces. Particleboard (chipboard) backing.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

Plaque, the section house on Boreas Pass

A "Colorado Windows" plaque designed by "Colorado Photography Topolnicki". Features the narrow gauge railway section house on Boreas Pass east of Breckenridge, Colorado. Used for decoration in the home, office, lodge or other similar spaces. Solid wood backing with natural edge.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

Post office and telegraph station on Boreas Pass east of Breckenridge, during the Big Snow of 1899

Two men remove snow from the front gable of the Boreas post office and telegraph station, on top of Boreas Pass on the route to Breckenridge, Colorado. Handwritten on the reverse: "scene of the snow blockade showing the Boreas Pass Post Office and telegraph station 11500 feet above sea level 1899" and in the lower corner: "G.W".

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Railroad section house at the summit of Boreas Pass

Quoted from handwritten text on the item: "Boreas". Shows the remains of the section house at the summit of Boreas Pass, east of Breckenridge, Colorado, circa 1966. In the 1880s and early 1900s the section house served as the main building for the Denver, South Park and Pacific (DSP&P) railroad narrow gauge route over the pass.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

Railroad tracks on Boreas Pass and the Tenmile Range

View looking northwest down the railroad tracks leading from Boreas Pass to Breckenridge, with the Tenmile mountain range in the background. Handwritten on the reverse "on Boreas Pass - Ten Mile Range background." Stamped "O. Westerman, Photographer, Breckenridge, - Colorado."

Westerman, Otto

"Rocky Point near Breckenridge."

At Rocky Point east of Breckenridge, Colorado four well-dressed men sit or stand on a railroad trailer. Also called a motorcar, speeder, popcar, or putt-putt, these self-powered trailers were used by maintenance crews to check for problems along the tracks. Replacement ties are stacked in the background. Title quoted from handwritten caption on card mount: "Rocky Point near Breckenridge."

Westerman, Otto

"Rocky Point near Breckenridge."

Denver, South Park and Pacific (DSP&P) railway at Rocky Point above Breckenridge, Colorado. Title quoted from handwritten caption on card mount: "Rocky Point near Breckenridge."

Westerman, Otto

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