Half Way House, Pikes Peak Cog Road, Colorado
Title:
Half Way House, Pikes Peak Cog Road, Colorado
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
This historical beacon summit which guided the early explorers across the Great Plains rears its snowy crest in the midst of a veritable wonderland altitude 14,109 feet. The most famous land mark in America. The summit is easily reached by the Pikes Peak Cog Railway.


U.S. Signal Station
Title:
U.S. Signal Station
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Half Way House, Pike's Peak Cog Road
Title:
Half Way House, Pike's Peak Cog Road
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1916 Nov-16


From the Summit House
Title:
From the Summit House
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1899

Description:
Altitude 14347 feet



Streamline Cog Train at Summit House
Title:
Streamline Cog Train at Summit House
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused


The Pikes Peak Auto Highway
Title:
The Pikes Peak Auto Highway
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
Is the most marvelous road building achievement of the age. It is an 18 mile double track boulevard 20 to 50 feet wide all the way, with an average grade of six percent and maximum of but ten percent - smooth and even as a pavement. C. T. American Art



Automobile on Corley Highway
Title:
Automobile on Corley Highway
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Real Photo


Greetings from Camp Carson Colorado, at the Foot of Pikes Peak
Title:
Greetings from Camp Carson Colorado, at the Foot of Pikes Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1950 Jan-19



Summit of Pike's Peak at Sunrise - Altitude 14,147 ft
Title:
Summit of Pike's Peak at Sunrise - Altitude 14,147 ft
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Aug-1


Cog Wheel Train Climbing Pikes Peak
Title:
Cog Wheel Train Climbing Pikes Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
Pike's Peak is the highest mountain in America whose summit is reached by a railroad. The cogroad is unique in construction and was completed October 20, 1890. From the Manitou station to the summit, the road is 47992 feet and the average grade is 16 per cent or 844.8 to the mile; the maximum grade is 25 percent and the sharpest curves are 16 degrees. The railroad is built from solid rock



Gateway to Pike's Peak Auto Highway
Title:
Gateway to Pike's Peak Auto Highway
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back

Description:
The Pike's Peak Auto Highway is the world's highest auto highway, reaching the summit of Pike's Peak, 14,109 feet above the sea. It is a double track boulevard 18 miles long and from twenty to fifty feet wide all the way. Smooth and even as a pavement. A motor trip over this wonderful highway affords a view of over 50,000 square miles of mountain and plain an area greater than the state of Illinois, with a downward vision into an abyss half a mile greater than the Grand Canyon of Arizona


Halfway House
Title:
Halfway House
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Aug-5



Vista of the Broadmoor Hotel from the Lake
Title:
Vista of the Broadmoor Hotel from the Lake
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen unused


The Pike's Peak Auto Highway
Title:
The Pike's Peak Auto Highway
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The world's highest highway



Vista of Pikes Peak
Title:
Vista of Pikes Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused


Sunrise on the Peak
Title:
Sunrise on the Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1909 Nov-15



In the Road to Pike's Peak
Title:
In the Road to Pike's Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused


Cog Road Engine Climbing Pikes Peak
Title:
Cog Road Engine Climbing Pikes Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused



Hospital Building
Title:
Hospital Building
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Coil Hospital Building, completed 1961. One of the final additions to the US Air Force Academy in the Pikes Peak Region of Colorado Dexter Press Inc


Summit of Pike's Peak from Pike's Peak Auto Highway
Title:
Summit of Pike's Peak from Pike's Peak Auto Highway
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), White Border unused



Vista of the Boradmoor Hotel form the lake
Title:
Vista of the Boradmoor Hotel form the lake
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen unused


Timberline In The Rockies
Title:
Timberline In The Rockies
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen



Couple at Pikes Peak
Title:
Couple at Pikes Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused


Summit House of Pike's Peak Auto Highway
Title:
Summit House of Pike's Peak Auto Highway
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused



Streamline Cog Train at the Summit of Pike's Peak, Alt. 14,110 ft
Title:
Streamline Cog Train at the Summit of Pike's Peak, Alt. 14,110 ft
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Real Photo


Panoramic View, Summit of Pike's Peak
Title:
Panoramic View, Summit of Pike's Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-7



Panorama of Pikes Peak and the Pikes Peak Region
Title:
Panorama of Pikes Peak and the Pikes Peak Region
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen unused


Vista of the Broadmoor Hotel from the Lake
Title:
Vista of the Broadmoor Hotel from the Lake
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen

Description:
2106 Curt Teich & Co



Panorama O Pikes Peak and Pikes Peak Region
Title:
Panorama O Pikes Peak and Pikes Peak Region
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1955 Sep-3


Vista of the Broadmoor Hotel from the Lake
Title:
Vista of the Broadmoor Hotel from the Lake
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
2106-Pikes Peak Region, Colo Sanborn Souvenir Co



Summit of Pikes Peak-- Showing Summit House
Title:
Summit of Pikes Peak-- Showing Summit House
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
On the top of Pikes Peak at the terminus of the Pikes Peak Auto Highway stands the commodious summit house, a haven of warmth and comfort after the often chilling trip up the granite slopes of the peak. Here the visitor may look out from wide windows or from the observation tower at the sweeping views offered by the great elevations of the mightly mountain


7039 Half Way House, Pike's Peak Cog Road, Colo
Title:
7039 Half Way House, Pike's Peak Cog Road, Colo
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1912 Aug-18



Half Way House, Pike's Peak RR
Title:
Half Way House, Pike's Peak RR
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1907 Aug-5


The Pikes Peak Auto Highway - The Worlds Highest Highway
Title:
The Pikes Peak Auto Highway - The Worlds Highest Highway
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM Nov-8

Description:
The Pikes Peak Auto Highway to Summit of Pikes Peak. Is the most marvelous road building achievement of the age. It is an 18 mile double track boulevard 20 to 50 feet wide all the way, with an average grade of six percent and maximum of but ten per cent - smooth and even as a pavement



Aerial view of Academic Section
Title:
Aerial view of Academic Section
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Chrome PM 1966 Aug-30

Description:
Showing the Chapel, one of the last features to be added to the U.S. Air Force Academy in the Pikes Peak Region of Colorado. Pikes Peak, alt. 14,110 ft., looms up in distance. The excitingly beautiful Air Academy is located just north of Colorado Springs, with the Rampart Range of the Rockies as a backdrop


Cog Road Engine Climbing Pike's Peak, Colorado
Title:
Cog Road Engine Climbing Pike's Peak, Colorado
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), White Border

Description:
One of the surprising eats of modern railroad building is the Cog Road, built from Manitou to the summit of Pike's Peak. The road pushes steadily upward a distance of fifteen miles, gaining an elevation of 8,000 feet in its climb. Not the least interesting are the specially constructed engines which are used to push the trains to the summit. These engines have been so perfectly constructed that such a thing as an accident in the ascent or descent is impossible



World's Highset COG Railway
Title:
World's Highset COG Railway
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
The Manitou & Pikes Peak Railway Co. operates these Swiss built Diesel Electric Coaches twice daily from Manitou Springs to the summit of Pikes Peak, alt. 14,110 ft


Pikes Peak Region
Title:
Pikes Peak Region
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1944 Jul-20

Description:
Greetings from Pikes Peak, Colo., Region



Bub" and "Tige" Visit the Scenic Incline
Title:
Bub" and "Tige" Visit the Scenic Incline
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
Bub" and "Tige" Visit the Scenic Incline and Mt. Manitou Park. Mt. Manitou and the Scenic Incline as seen by Caroonist "Bub" Smiley and his Mascot "Tige"


Streamline Cog Train At The Famous Old Summit House, Summit of Pikes Peak
Title:
Streamline Cog Train At The Famous Old Summit House, Summit of Pikes Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1956 Sep-07

Description:
Series 520 Streamline Cog Train at the famous old summit House – summit of Pikes peak, Alt. 14,110 ft. Above the sea. The Cog Road, famous the world over and unique among railroads, has carried passengers to the Summit of Pikes Peak for over 40 years. Beginning in 1938 streamline cars began replacing the unique old steam train. Literally millions of people are able to say that they have stood on the top of this famous peak and beheld the widespread views over hundreds of miles of plains and jumbled mountains.



Diesel Train At Summit Of Pikes Peak
Title:
Diesel Train At Summit Of Pikes Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Diesel Train at Summit of Pikes Peak, alt, 14,110 ft., showing the famous old stone cog summit house, Colorado.


After A Snowstorm On Summit Of Pike's Peak
Title:
After A Snowstorm On Summit Of Pike's Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
Pike's Peak, the historic beacon summit which guided the early explorers across the great plains, rears its snowy crest in the midst of a veritable wunderland. Often in the late spring and early fall months, in making the trip to the summit over the famous Cog Road, the tourist will encounter a typical mountain snowstorm, and it is almost beyond belief that in a ride of an hour and thirty-five minutes, having left behind a land of sunshine and warmth, he finds himself in a region of snow and ice.



Glencove Inn
Title:
Glencove Inn
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
Glencove Inn was erected about half way up the Pike's Peak Auto Highway. It is for the convenience and comfort of the tourists. Here one can enjoy the finest of cuisine two miles above sea level


Glencove Inn At Edge Of Timberline
Title:
Glencove Inn At Edge Of Timberline
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
Glencove Inn was erected about half way up the Pike's Peak Auto Highway. It is for the convenience and comfort of the tourists. Here one can enjoy the finest of cuisine two miles above sea level



After A Snowstrom On Summit Of Pike's Peak
Title:
After A Snowstrom On Summit Of Pike's Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1925 Aug-04

Description:
Altitude, 14,109 feet.


Observation Car And Tower Top Of Pikes Peak
Title:
Observation Car And Tower Top Of Pikes Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Observation Car and Tower Top of Pikes Peak 14, 110 Ft. Above Sea Level.



Streamline Cog Train At The Famous Old Summit House
Title:
Streamline Cog Train At The Famous Old Summit House
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1947 Sep-16

Description:
The Cog Road, famous the world over and unique among railroads, has carried passengers to the Summit of Pikes Peak for over began replacing the unique old steam train Literally millions of people are able to say that they have stood on the top of this famous peak and beheld the widespread views over hundreds of miles of plains and jumbled mountains.


Half Way House
Title:
Half Way House
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Ascending Pike's Peak
Title:
Ascending Pike's Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Panorama Of Pike's Peak
Title:
Panorama Of Pike's Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Signal Station
Title:
Signal Station
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Summit Pike's Peak


Summit Of Pike's Peak
Title:
Summit Of Pike's Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Altitude 14,147 Feet.



Station On Pikes Peak
Title:
Station On Pikes Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1909 Jun-20

Description:
Altitude 14147 Feet


Summit Of Pikes Peak
Title:
Summit Of Pikes Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
Pike's Peak is one of the tallest Peaks of the Rocky Mountains and lies 75 miles south of Denver. Was discovered in 1806 by Gen. Pike, U. S. A., after whom it was named. It commands a view of about 100 miles radius of a rocky mountainous country, containing many lakes and the sources of four great rivers. Near the summit of the mountain the Government has established an important high level observatory for the benefit of meterology and astronomy, In recent years a railroad has been built to convey passengers to the summit although quite a few successful attempts have been made to climb to the peak.



Panorama of Pikes Peak and the pikes Peak Region
Title:
Panorama of Pikes Peak and the pikes Peak Region
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen unused


Indian Ceremonies in Garden of the Gods
Title:
Indian Ceremonies in Garden of the Gods
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
INDIAN CREMONIES IN GARDEN OF THE GODS.Every Summer ,Colorado Srings holds a Summer Carnival.Among the may unique attractions offered the tourist ,none is more interesteing than the weired performances held by the Indians within the Garden of the Gods,Colorado's vally of wonders.



After A Snowstorm On Summit Of Pikes Peak, Altitude, 14,109 Feet
Title:
After A Snowstorm On Summit Of Pikes Peak, Altitude, 14,109 Feet
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
PIKES PEAK, THE HISTORIC BEACON SUMMIT WHICH GUIDED THE EARLY EXPLORERS ACROSS THE GREAT PLAINS, REAR ITS SNOWY CREST IN THE MIDEST OF A VERIABLE WONDERLAND. OFTEN IN THE LATE SPRING AND EARLY FALL MONTHS. IN MAKING THE TRIP TO THE SUMMIT OVER THE FAMOUS COG ROAD, THE TOURIST WILL ENCOUNTER A TYPICAL MOUNTAIN SNOWTORM, AND IT IS ALMOST BEYOND BELIEF THAT IN A RIDE OF AN HOUR AND THIRY FIVE MINUTES, HAVING LEFT BHIND A LAND OF SUNSHINE AND WARMTH, HE FINDS HIMSELF IN A REGION OF SNOW AND ICE.


Station On Pike's Peak
Title:
Station On Pike's Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1909

Description:
Altitude 14147 Feet



Summit Of Pikes Peak
Title:
Summit Of Pikes Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1925

Description:
Snow scene in summer time


Greetings From Pikes Peak
Title:
Greetings From Pikes Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Mighty Pikes Peak, elevation 14,110 ft., is one of Colorado's famous mountains, because of the beautiful views of the countryside and valley, that are seen from its summit. The top may be reached over the safe Pikes Peak Highway or the Cog Railway from Manitou Springs.



Pikes Peak Auto Highway Showing Seven Elevations
Title:
Pikes Peak Auto Highway Showing Seven Elevations
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), White Border


Summit of Pike's Peak
Title:
Summit of Pike's Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM ME



Tour Bus Stop, Lookout Point Pikes Peak Highway
Title:
Tour Bus Stop, Lookout Point Pikes Peak Highway
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
This popular stopping place for business and private cars is about at 15 mile point , elevation 12,500 feet. Five miles father , the 20 mile point summit of the reached at altitude of 14,110 feet


Summit House
Title:
Summit House
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
Top of Pike's Peak, Altitude 14,147 Feet.



Snow Drifts On Pike's Peak Cog Road
Title:
Snow Drifts On Pike's Peak Cog Road
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
When the mercury is hovering around 100 in the East and South, and the nights are almost as unbearable as the days, there is no place where more complete relief can be found than in Colorado. Rom Manitou it is but a ride of an hour and thirty-five minutes over the Cog Road to the everlasting snows at the summit of Pike's peak. Here is a view which shows the train nearing the summit, with the sow-banks may feet high on either side.


Streamline Cog Train Ascending Pikes Peak
Title:
Streamline Cog Train Ascending Pikes Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
This unusual railway runs to the top of Pikes Peak 14,110 ft. high, making grades far beyond the power of ordinary engines by the special cog track that enables it to climb grades up to 25%.



Greetings From Pikes Peak Region
Title:
Greetings From Pikes Peak Region
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen unused


Cog Train
Title:
Cog Train
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
Manitou and Pikes Peak Railway. Pikes Peak is the highest mountain in America whose summit is reached by a railroad. The cog road is unique in its construction and is one of the most scenic railroads in the world. It is nine miles in length and climbs about 900 feet to the mile. The picture shows one of the steepest grades, which is 25%.



Cog Wheel Train And Signal Station
Title:
Cog Wheel Train And Signal Station
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back

Description:
Summit of Pike's Peak


Cog Road Summit Of Pikes Peak
Title:
Cog Road Summit Of Pikes Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1911

Description:
Colo. & So. Ry.,



Cog Wheel Train At Summit Of Pike's Peak
Title:
Cog Wheel Train At Summit Of Pike's Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
The "Cog Road" famous the world over and unique among railroads has made regular trips to the summit of Pike's Peak for nearly forty years. From its top, 14.109 feet above sea level, one beholds an unobstructed view of unrivalled expanse and grandeur.


Sunrise, Pike's Peak
Title:
Sunrise, Pike's Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), White Border unused



Panorama Of Pike's Peak
Title:
Panorama Of Pike's Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Altitude 14,147 Feet.


High Life In The West
Title:
High Life In The West
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905

Description:
I Heard Pike Speak About It Signed Sherman



On The Ragged Edge Pike's Peak
Title:
On The Ragged Edge Pike's Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906

Description:
On the Ragged Edge, Summit of Pike's Pea Altitude 14,147 ft.


Glencove Inn
Title:
Glencove Inn
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
Halfway up Pike's Peak Auto Highway. Glencove Inn was erected about half way up the Pike's Peak Auto Highway. It is for the convenience and comfort of the tourists. Here one can enjoy the finest of cuisine two miles above sea level



Spring Scene on Pike's Cog Road
Title:
Spring Scene on Pike's Cog Road
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1907


Vista of Pike's Peak
Title:
Vista of Pike's Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1908



Balanced And Steamboat Rocks, Garden of the Gods
Title:
Balanced And Steamboat Rocks, Garden of the Gods
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen unused


Colorado Springs to Denver Highway
Title:
Colorado Springs to Denver Highway
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
In this view, taken from the Colorado Springs to Denver Highway, Pikes Peak rises high above the south entrance to the Air Force Academy.



North Vista of the Balanced and Steamboat Rocks in the Garden of the Gods
Title:
North Vista of the Balanced and Steamboat Rocks in the Garden of the Gods
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen unused


The Kissing Camels on The Gate Rock, Garden of the Gods
Title:
The Kissing Camels on The Gate Rock, Garden of the Gods
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen unused



Vista in The Garden of the Gods
Title:
Vista in The Garden of the Gods
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1952

Description:
Showing Hidden Inn from Pulpit Rock


Pikes Peak, Woodland Park
Title:
Pikes Peak, Woodland Park
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1957

Description:
Pikes Peak, Alt. 14,110 Feet, From ute pass highway(U. S. 24) above Woodland Park, Colorado



Seven Falls, South Cheyenne Canon
Title:
Seven Falls, South Cheyenne Canon
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen unused


Vista Of The Broadmoor Hotel From The Lake
Title:
Vista Of The Broadmoor Hotel From The Lake
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen unused



The Pikes Peak Auto Highway
Title:
The Pikes Peak Auto Highway
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1925

Description:
The Worlds highest Highway To summit of Pikes Peak. Is the most marvelous road building achievement of the age. It is an 18 mile double track boulevard 20 to 50 feet wide all the way, with an average grade of six per cent and maximum of but ten per cent-smooth and even as a pavement


Summit Pike's Peak
Title:
Summit Pike's Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1909

Description:
Altitude 14, 147 Feet Some damage on back of card



Above The Clouds On Pikes Peak Cog Road
Title:
Above The Clouds On Pikes Peak Cog Road
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO) PM 1937

Description:
Pikes Peak, America's most famous Mountain, once thought to be unconquerable is now ascended by the famous Manitou Cog Railroad as well as by an Auto Highway. Thousands travel to its summit each summer and see remarkable panoramas of distant peaks and plains; sometimes when the peak is above them to experience the remarkable spectacle of looking down upon the clouds


Summit of Pikes Peak at Sunrise Pikes Peak is America's Most Famous Mountain
Title:
Summit of Pikes Peak at Sunrise Pikes Peak is America's Most Famous Mountain
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO) unused

Description:
For half a century Pikes Peak has been a point of pilgrimage for the tourist and sightseer. The trip is a badge of travel. Thousands journey especially to see the majestic grandeur of the sunrise; an experience never to be forgotten especially if it chances that it occurs in a sea of clouds



Pikes Peak, from Garden of the Gods
Title:
Pikes Peak, from Garden of the Gods
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
This striking view of towering Pikes Peak, alt. 14,110 ft., is from gateway to Garden of the Gods, framed by one of the ancient junipers


World's highest Cog Railway
Title:
World's highest Cog Railway
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Chrome PM 1974 Oct-6

Description:
The Monriou & Pikes Peak Railway Co. operates these Swiss built Diesel Electic Coaches twice daily from Manitou Springs to the summit of Pikes Peak, alt. 14,110 ft



Top Station Of The Manitou Incline
Title:
Top Station Of The Manitou Incline
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
The Manitou Incline is one of the longest and highest incline railways in the world. Rising from the outskirts of Manitou it offers panoramas of Manitou, Colorado Springs and all the surrounding mountains and canons. At the top trails lead over the mountain to many scenic sports offering commanding views of Pikes Peak and vistas of surrounding mountains.


Cogwheel Train
Title:
Cogwheel Train
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
Manitou and Pike's Peak Railway. Average grade 846 feet to the mile



Sunrise From Pike's Peak
Title:
Sunrise From Pike's Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1909


Minne-Ha-Ha-Falls
Title:
Minne-Ha-Ha-Falls
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1918



Rampart Range Road and Pikes Peak
Title:
Rampart Range Road and Pikes Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
This road gives a new vista of Pikes Peak and opens up a virgin country with many secluded glades and picnic spots


Garden of The Gods
Title:
Garden of The Gods
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Linen unused



Panorama of Pikes Peak and the Pikes Peak Region
Title:
Panorama of Pikes Peak and the Pikes Peak Region
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1957

Description:
X marks approximate spot- Waynesburg College Geology Station. At our Waynesburg College Geology Station here at Florissant, big things are in the making. We have completed our second summer course in Geology. Our rock, mineral and fossil collection at the Station is large, diversified, and already more adequate than found in most American universities. We are now making collections to share with other museums. This year Carnegie Museum will be the recipient of a comprehensive collection of the famous fossils in the Florissant shales-ancestors of our Appalachian hardwoods. Meanwhile the superheated waters from the great volcanic stocks of the past have through millions of years brought their treasures from the depths and have deposited them in PEGMATITEES-and such a collection of these minerals at our Station! Yes, the demands of industry on geology and our emphasis on this subject are fast bringing Waynesburg College into prominence. I'll tell you more about pegmatites in next year's card




Total: 99 Items