Small (5.25" W x 2.25" H): $7.00
Large (5.75" W x 2.45" H): $9.00
Available in Black or White.
The Midland Terminal Railway (MT) was created by owners of the Colorado Midland Railway (CM) in 1895 to reach the lucrative gold mines up on Cripple Creek on a branch line leaving the CM standard gauge main line in Divide. The MT was also standard gauge, allowing for an easier transfer of ore-filled rail cars to the CM main line. After the closing of the CM in 1918, the tracks between Divide and Colorado Springs were purchased by the MT, allowing them to transport the gold ore directly from Cripple Creek to processing facilities near Colorado Springs. The MT ceased operations in 1949.
Our sticker was inspired by the hand-drawn lettering on the 1898 Midland Terminal Railway annual pass.