Small (5.5" W x 2.05" H): $8.00
Large (6.25" W x 2.33" H) $10.00
Available in Black or White.
The Colorado Midland Railway (CM) had a short, but memorable life span. Incorporated in 1883, the CM was the first standard gauge railroad to be built over (and through) the continental divide in Colorado. The CM main line ran from Colorado Springs to Leadville - then crossed the divide through Hagerman Tunnel (elev. 11,500) to reach Aspen, Glenwood Springs and Grand Junction. A spur line was added at Cardiff to reach the many coal mines near Carbondale. A very difficult railroad to operate due to the high elevation of their route, the CM ceased operations in 1918.
Our sticker was inspired by the hand-drawn lettering on the 1890 Colorado Midland Railway annual pass.
Made by hand in Colorado. Cut in outline with no border and no background. Made with weather-proof 3M vinyl.