My M. T. Albums
Last updated: 7 October, 2021 2:58

 

(Newest scan/upload on top of list below)

  • [28.06.2017] - The Cripple Creek Central Railway Company: 30th Annual Report - December 31, 1934

    This Report is mostly in good shape, a few edge damages like torn paper and such. But the content is all there.

    The album consist of a total of 12 pages, including the cover, with lot of tables and numbers for the year 1934. No Images, only text and numbers.

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  • [25.03.2017] - Cripple Creek via the Historic Ute Indian Trail Route M.T. Ry. (3)

    The front and back flap is tearing/separating in the fold, but other then that, the folder is in good shape. It is an old souvenir type of folder with 12 panels, gray/B&W pictures with date ranges from somewhere between about 1903 to possible into 1920's. There is 8 views, four of them is from inside the Cripple Creek District, rest is along the railroad lines of M.T. or Short Line as at least one image is from along that railroad. In addition there is two panels with maps, one is a artistic view of the Electric Trolley Lines inside the District, the other one is showing the route of the M.T. Also two panels with textual info, including a free trip down the Mary McKinney Mine in Anaconda.

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  • [18.05.2013] - Cripple Creek via the Historic Ute Indian Trail Route M.T. Ry. (4)

    This folder is in terrible shape, it misses two images (based on another I have it is the Front and the first image) and comes in two parts (6 + 4 panels). It is slightly different from my MT #2 as this one here has a stamp on the Map of the route in lower right, giving a company name of Welch Haffner Printing Co. Denver. Other then that, it is identical to my other folder.

    It is an old souvenir folder with hand colored pictures, dating from somewhere between the years 1902 to maybe into the 1920ís. It is really hard to date the images, but for instance, the Anaconda view has to have been taken before the disastrous fire in 1904 happen, as that did wipe out most of the town for good.

    The views varies from showing the trip along the Midland Terminal Railway from Colorado Springs to Cripple Creek up Ute Pass and into the Cripple Creek District, but also scenes inside the District - not at all along the M.T. tracks - are used.

    I hope you enjoy these pictures, it was a joy when I got this years back, and I love that I am able to share it here for all to see/find :-)

    Enjoy this little trip back to yesterday!

  • [13.02.2013] - History of Midland Terminal and Early Days of Cripple Creek - A Story More Interesting Than Postcards or Folders Can Describe

    The Folder is in good shape, all pages intact and no tears. It is an old brochure/folder with unknown date. Most likely it's from 1915 or 1916, but I can't guarantee it.

    It tells the story of the Midland Terminal, and the early Cripple Creek. The only pictures are on the front and back side, showing an underground scene and a cage scene.

    I hope you enjoy these views, it was a joy when I got this years back, and I love that I am able to share it here for all to see/find :-)

    Enjoy this little trip back to yesterday!

  • [13.02.2013] - A Chain of Gold Cities in the Cripple Creek District - Colorado Midland and Midland Terminal Lines [ca 1902]

    This small book or folder is in good shape. It is an fun old folding book from the Colorado Midland/Midland Terminal that talks about and shows scenes from the line from Colorado Springs to Cripple Creek. There are a lot of text, and a very simple map.

    Scenes are from both along the line in Ute Pass and further to Cripple Creek, but also some scenes from inside the Cripple Creek District, showing some mines and such.

    I hope you enjoy these pictures, it was a great joy when I got this years back, and I love that I am able to share it here for all to see/find :-)

    Enjoy this little trip back to yesterday!

  • [05.10.2009] - Cripple Creek via the Historic Ute Indian Trail Route M.T. Ry. (2)

    This folder is in good shape, it is an old souvenir folder with hand colored pictures, dating from somewhere between the years 1902 to maybe into the 1920's. It is really hard to date the images, but for instance, the Anaconda view has to have been taken before the disastrous fire in 1904 happen, as that did wipe out most of the town for good.

    The views varies from showing the trip along the Midland Terminal Railway from Colorado Springs to Cripple Creek up Ute Pass and into the Cripple Creek District, but also scenes inside the District - not at all along the M.T. tracks - are used.

    I hope you enjoy these pictures, it was a joy when I got this years back, and I love that I am able to share it here for all to see/find :-)

    Enjoy this little trip back to yesterday!

  • [27.12.2006] - A Chain of Gold Cities in the Cripple Creek District - Colorado Midland and Midland Terminal Lines [ca 1905]

    This folding book seems to be in good shape. Due to some text in it mention statistic for 1904 I would guess this was published in 1905. It is a fun old folding book from Colorado Midland/Midland Terminal that in addition to lot of text also have several images and a very simple map.

    Scenes are from both along the line in Ute Pass and further to Cripple Creek, but also some scenes from inside the Cripple Creek District, showing some mines and such.

    I hope you enjoy these pictures, it was a great joy when I got this years back, and I love that I am able to share it here for all to see/find :-)

    Enjoy this little trip back to yesterday!

  • [03.02.2006] - Folding Post Card - Scenes Along the Colorado Midland Ry.

    The folder is in good shape. It is an old souvenir folder with hand colored pictures from somewhere between, oh, I would guess 1910 to 1920. The use of the text Lincoln Trans-Continental Highway on a Ute Pass image define that image to have been from 1913 onward as that term was established in 1913.

    This folder is about views along the Colorado Midland railroad, and have a couple of shots related to the Ute Pass area - hence my interest in it. :-)

    I hope you enjoy these pictures, it was a joy when I got this years back, and I love that I am able to share it here for all to see/find :-)

    Enjoy this little trip back to yesterday!

  • [22.04.2004] - Cripple Creek via the Historic Ute Indian Trail Route M.T. Ry. (1)

    This is an old souvenir folder with hand colored pictures, dating from somewhere between the years 1902 to maybe into the 1920's. It is really hard to date the images, but for instance, the Anaconda view has to have been taken before the disastrous fire in 1904 happen, as that did wipe out most of the town for good.

    The views varies from showing the trip along the Midland Terminal Railway from Colorado Springs to Cripple Creek up Ute Pass and into the Cripple Creek District, but also scenes inside the District - not at all along the M.T. tracks - are used.

    I hope you enjoy these pictures, it was a joy when I got this years back, and I love that I am able to share it here for all to see/find :-)

    Enjoy this little trip back to yesterday!

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