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Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad

Regular price $9.00

Small (6.25" W x 2.39" H): $9.00
Large (7" W x 2.67" H): $11.00
Available in Black or White.

The Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad (DSP&P) was the narrow gauge railroad which opened the first rail routes to the Central Colorado mining district. The DSP&P took its name from the fact that its 208-mile main line went from Union Station in Denver to South Park, then traversed the rugged Sawatch Range through the Alpine Tunnel, ending in Gunnison. Founded in 1872, the DSP&P went into receivership in 1888 and was sold to the Denver, Leadville and Gunnison Railway (DL&G). The DL&G went bankrupt in 1894, and the inactive DSP&P/DL&G lines were purchased by the Colorado and Southern Railway.

Our sticker was inspired by the hand-drawn lettering on the cover of the 1890 Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad public time-table.

Made by hand in Colorado. Cut in outline with no border and no background. Made with weather-proof 3M vinyl.



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