Simpson's Rest
Title:
Simpson's Rest
Trinidad Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1924 Oct-6


Country Club
Title:
Country Club
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen unused



Hotel Corinado
Title:
Hotel Corinado
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen unused


Las Animas County Court House
Title:
Las Animas County Court House
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen unused



Fort Wootton Memorial Square
Title:
Fort Wootton Memorial Square
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
Perhaps the most unique and most complete Veterans Memorial Edifice in America. This unique memorial square has club rooms for six veteran groups, as well as an administration building and an auditorium with a courtyard and a patio centered in the square. In architecture it resembles the early pioneer forts. It is different from anything else in the country and one of the show spots of Trinidad.


Country Club Motor Inn
Title:
Country Club Motor Inn
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Jumbo/Large Format PM 1973 Jun-11

Description:
Home of the fabulous Martha-Lee Restaurant and the Purple Sage Room - All King & Queen Beds, Free TV, Soundproofed and Air Conditioned, Heated Pool and Banquet Rooms - Commercial Rates always. A Best Western Motel at Highways 85 & 87 South 2 blocks.



Trinidad Home For Aged
Title:
Trinidad Home For Aged
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Chrome unused


Monument Lake
Title:
Monument Lake
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Chrome unused



Base of Fishers Peak
Title:
Base of Fishers Peak
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on old Santa Fe Trail at the Base of Fishers Peak. Population 10,000; Altitude 6,024


Trinidad Home For Aged
Title:
Trinidad Home For Aged
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Chrome unused



Commercial Street
Title:
Commercial Street
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Chrome unused


Commercial Street, Business Section
Title:
Commercial Street, Business Section
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Chrome unused



Las Animas County Court House
Title:
Las Animas County Court House
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
A photo of the Las Animas County Court House


Lee's Bar-B-Q
Title:
Lee's Bar-B-Q
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Chrome unused



Main Street and Business Section
Title:
Main Street and Business Section
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Chrome unused


LEE'S BAR-B-Q
Title:
LEE'S BAR-B-Q
TRINIDAD Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Southern Colorado's most modem and up-to-date Drive-Inn featuring delicious sandwiches - Bar-B-Q Chicken - Bar-B-Q Ribs. Complete Fountain Service. Owned and Operated by Ray and Bob Lee



The Cardenas Hotel
Title:
The Cardenas Hotel
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused


Country Club Motel
Title:
Country Club Motel
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen



Fisher's Peak
Title:
Fisher's Peak
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Apr-13


Fisher's Peak
Title:
Fisher's Peak
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Feb-5

Description:
Population 10,000 Elevation 5250 Ft. 10 miles in distance. Elevation 10,200 ft.



Simpson's Rest and Monument
Title:
Simpson's Rest and Monument
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908


Kit Carson Park
Title:
Kit Carson Park
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused



Fishers Peak
Title:
Fishers Peak
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused


"After the Storm" on Commercial Street
Title:
"After the Storm" on Commercial Street
St. Trinidad Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused



Saint Rapheal Hospital
Title:
Saint Rapheal Hospital
Trinidad Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1927 Nov-19


Bird's Eye View of Trinidad, Colo.
Title:
Bird's Eye View of Trinidad, Colo.
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
Trinidad is in the center of a large mineral district; coal mining, manufacturing of coke, iron, mineral paint, lime, fire brick, and lumber are the principal industries of Trinidad, although it is the largest wool and hide shipping point in Colorado. The city is surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery. The flat-topped peak on the range beyond is known as Fisher's Peak, while nearby is Simpson's Rest. Altitude 5,982 feet. Population 7,000.



The Cardenas
Title:
The Cardenas
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Country Club Motel
Title:
Country Club Motel
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen



Frontier Motel
Title:
Frontier Motel
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen


First National Bank
Title:
First National Bank
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused


Masonic Temple and S.H. Kress & Co. Store
Title:
Masonic Temple and S.H. Kress & Co. Store
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused



Santa Fe Depot
Title:
Santa Fe Depot
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused


Commercial Street Bridge
Title:
Commercial Street Bridge
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1909 Oct-30



M. E. Church
Title:
M. E. Church
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused


The Cars Aren't Large Enough at Trinidad so we Ship Them in Sections
Title:
The Cars Aren't Large Enough at Trinidad so we Ship Them in Sections
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused



E's Motor Lodge
Title:
E's Motor Lodge
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
1125 East Main Street


Purgatoire River
Title:
Purgatoire River
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused

Description:
Fisher's Pier in background



City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Trinidad Colorado (CO), White Border unused


Commercial Street
Title:
Commercial Street
Trinidad Colorado (CO), White Border unused



Bird's-Eye View of Town, showing Fisher's Peak
Title:
Bird's-Eye View of Town, showing Fisher's Peak
Trinidad Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1920 Mar-10


Simpson's Rest
Title:
Simpson's Rest
Trinidad Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1922 Aug-8



Main Street Business Section
Title:
Main Street Business Section
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Chrome


Gateway Motel
Title:
Gateway Motel
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
At the foot of Raton Pass, on U.S. Highways 85 and 87. Four miles south of Trinidad



Bird's-Eye View of Trinidad, Colo
Title:
Bird's-Eye View of Trinidad, Colo
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The city of Trinidad is beautifully environed by mountain scenery as are most cities of Colorado. The mining of coal and manufacture of coke, iron, lumber, mineral paint, lime, plaster of paris and fire brick are the principal industries and it is the largest wool and hide shipping point in the State. The Eastern approach to Raton Pass is begun at Trinidad


Birdseye view of Trinidad
Title:
Birdseye view of Trinidad
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
the city of Trinidad is beautifully environed by mountain scenery as are most cities of Colorado. The mining of coal and manufacture of coke, iron, lumber, mineral paint, lime, plaster of paris and fire brick are the principal industries and it is the largest wool and hide shipping point in the state. The eastern approach to Raton Pass is begun at Trinidad



Fisher's Peak
Title:
Fisher's Peak
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The conspicuous flat topped peak on the range to the east of Trinidad is known as Fisher's Peak. On the right rises a ruddy cliff, called Simpson's Rest. Upon its top a party of pioneers was besieged by Indians in the early days and one of the survivors named Simpson chose to be buried there many years after. A rude monument surmounts the Rest, which may be seen from the train


Snowy Range near Trinidad
Title:
Snowy Range near Trinidad
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back

Description:
The Snowy Ranger presents no scenery of the tremendous type, but frequently views wide in scope and full of beauty are seen. It is eternally snowcapped -- hence its name. The Spanish Peaks are also near Trinidad. They are a prominent feature of the landscape. Both these magnificent mountain views may be seen from Santa Fe trains, crossing the southwest corner of Colorado, en route to sunny California



Fisher's Peak
Title:
Fisher's Peak
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
Fisher's Peak, near Trinidad, Colorado. The conspicuous flat topped peak on the range to the east of Trinidad is known as Fisher's Peak. On the right rises a ruddy cliff, called Simpson's Rest. Upon its top a party of pioneers was besieged by Indians in the early days and one of the survivors named Simpson chose to be buried there many years after. A rude monument surmounts the Rest, which may be seen from the train


View of Hotel Cardenas
Title:
View of Hotel Cardenas
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Cardenas at Trinidad, built of stone and concrete in the impressive style of the Old California Missions. It is named after Don Garcia Lopez de Cardenas, a captain in Coronado's army, which left Mexico in 1540 on his expedition of conquest. It is said that Cardenas was the first white man to behold the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Trinidad is the largest wool and hide shipping point in Colorado. It is the center of immense coal, coke, and iron industries. At Trinidad begins the ascent of the Raton Pass



Cardenas Hotel
Title:
Cardenas Hotel
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Cardenas at Trinidad, built of stone and concrete in the impressive style of the Old California Missions, is named after Don Garcia Lopez de Cardenas, a captain of Coronado's army which left Mexico in 1540 on his expedition of conquest. It is said that Cardenas was the first white man to behold the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Trinidad is the largest wool and hide shipping point in Colorado. It is the center of immense coal, coke and iron industries. At Trinidad begins the ascent of the Raton Pass


Snowy Range
Title:
Snowy Range
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Snowy range presents no scenery of the tremendous type, but frequently views wide in scope and full of beauty are seen. It is visible for miles as the train hurries along. It is eternally snow-capped hence its name



Fisher's Peak
Title:
Fisher's Peak
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The conspicuous flat topped peak on the range to the east of Trinidad is known as Fisher's Peak. On the right rises a ruddy cliff, called Simpson's Rest. Upon its top a party of pioneers was besieged by Indians in the early days and one of the survivors named Simpson chose to be buried there many years after. A rude monument surmouhts the Rest, which may be seen from the train


Old Santa Fe Trail Over Raton Mountains
Title:
Old Santa Fe Trail Over Raton Mountains
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The track follows the Old Santa Fe Trail over the Raton Mountains, and many glimpses of the Trail may be had as the train winds around and over the pass. When the railroad was first built it climbed over the top of the mountain, but now leaves the Trail near the top and goes through a tunnel. The tunnel lies in New Mexico. A boundry post between Colorado and New Mexico will be noticed about fifty feet from the entrance



Fisher's Peak and Trinidad
Title:
Fisher's Peak and Trinidad
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The conspicuous flat topped peak on the range to the east of Trinidad is known as Fisher's Peak. On the right rises a ruddy cliff called Simpson's Rest. Upon its top a party of pioneers was besieged by Indians in the early days and one of the survivors named Simpson chose to be buried there years after


Cardenas Hotel, Trinidad, Colorado
Title:
Cardenas Hotel, Trinidad, Colorado
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Cardenas at Trinidad, built of stone and concrete in the impressive style of the Old California Missions. It is named after Don Garcia Lopez de Cardenas, a captain in Coronado's army, which left Mexico in 1540 on his epedition of conquest. It is said that Cardenas was the first white man to behold the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Trinidad is the largest wool and hide shipping point in Colorado. It is the center of immense coal, coke, and iron industries. At Trinidad begins the ascent of the Raton Pass



Fisher's Peak and Trinidad
Title:
Fisher's Peak and Trinidad
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The conspicuous flat topped peak on the range of the east of Trinidad is known as Fisher's Peak. On the right rises a ruddy cliff called Simpson's Rest. Upon its top a party of pioneers was besieged by Indians in the early days and one of the survivors named Simpson chose to be buried there years after Detroit Publishing Co


Cardenas Hotel
Title:
Cardenas Hotel
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Cardenas at Trinidad, built of stone and concrete, in the impressive style of the old California Missions. It is named after Don Garcia Lopez de Cardenas, a captain in Cornonado's army which left Mexico in 1540 on his expedition of conquest. It is said that Cardenas was the first white man to behold the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Trinidad is the largest wool and hide shipping point in Colorado. It is the center of immense coal, coke, and iron industries. At Trinidad begins the ascent of the Raton Pass



Stonewall Gap on the Circle Trip
Title:
Stonewall Gap on the Circle Trip
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused


Fisher's Peak, Alt.9,586 ft
Title:
Fisher's Peak, Alt.9,586 ft
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused



Paul Nelson's Super Quality Trading Post
Title:
Paul Nelson's Super Quality Trading Post
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
Population 12,000. Elevation 5,999. Trinidad has a fine climate the year around and the best water to be had. The famous Stonewall Valley and Sangre de Cristo Range, the playground of Southern Colorado are about 40 miles southwest of Trinidad. Here good fishing, hunting and unexcelled scenery abound. Trinidad is the home of the famous Kit Carson Round-up held each fall. This is the big show of the West


Fisher's Peak
Title:
Fisher's Peak
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The conspicuous flat topped peak on the range to the east of Trinidad is known as Fisher's Peak. On the right rises a ruddy cliff called Simpson's Rest. Upon its top a party of pioneers were besieged by Indians in the early days and one of the survivors named Simpson chose to be buried there years after



Country Club Motor Inn
Title:
Country Club Motor Inn
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Chrome PM 1967 Dec-17

Description:
All king & queen beds, free TV, soundproofed and air conditioned, heated pool and banquet rooms - commercial rates always


The Cardenas Hotel
Title:
The Cardenas Hotel
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jan-4



Trinidad, Colo
Title:
Trinidad, Colo
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Altitude 6250 feet


Catholic Church
Title:
Catholic Church
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1911 Jul-26



Raton Tunnel, Highest Point on the Santa Fe
Title:
Raton Tunnel, Highest Point on the Santa Fe
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
Altitude 7,622 feet. The tunnel at Raton Pass is 15 miles beyond Trinidad. The track follows the Old Santa Fe Trail, which is one of the oldest human pathways found on this continent. The grade up the pass is remarkably steep; two powerful mountain engines are required to haul the train on the upward climb. From the car window one may see an endless variety of mountain views. The Santa Fe has recently completed a second tunnel considerably below the original tunnel


Hotel Cardenas
Title:
Hotel Cardenas
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
Built of stone and concrete in the impressive style of the Old California Missions. It is named after Don Garcia Lopez de Cardenas, a captain in Coronado's army. It is said that Cardenas was the first white man to behold the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Trinidad is the largest wool and hide shipping point in Colorado. It is the center of immense coal, coke, and iron industries. At Trinidad begins the ascent of the Raton Pass



Waterfall at Central Park
Title:
Waterfall at Central Park
Trinidad Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1917 Aug-13


Simpson's Rest
Title:
Simpson's Rest
Trinidad Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1917 Nov-5



Fisher's Peak
Title:
Fisher's Peak
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
Fisher's Peak, near Trinidad, Colorado. The conspicuous flat topped peak on the range to the east of Trinidad is known as Fisher's Peak. On the right rises a ruddy cliff, called Simpson's Rest. Upon its top a party of pioneers was besieged by Indians in the early days and one of the survivors named Simpson chose to be buried there many years after. A rude monument surmounts the Rest, which may be seen from the train


Hotel Cardenas
Title:
Hotel Cardenas
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1909 Dec-3

Description:
The Cardenas at Trinidad, built of stone and concrete in the impressive style of the Old California Missions. It is named after Don Garcia Lopez de Cardenas, a captain in Coronado's army, which ____ Mexico in 1540 on his expedition of conquest. It is said that Cardenas is the first white man to behold the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Trinidad is the largest wool and hide shipping point in Colorado. It is the center of immense coal, coke and iron industries. At Trinidad begins the ascent of the Raton Pass



M. E. Church
Title:
M. E. Church
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused


Spanish Peak, elevation 14,000 feet
Title:
Spanish Peak, elevation 14,000 feet
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1909 Jan-17



Hotel Cardenas
Title:
Hotel Cardenas
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Cardenas at Trinidad, built of stone and concrete in the impressive style of the Old California Missions. It is named after Don Garcia Lopez de Cardenas, a captain in Coronado's army, which left Mexico in 1540 on his expedition of conquest. It is said that Cardenas was the first white man to behold the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Trinidad is the largest wool and hide shipping point in Colorado. It is the center of immense coal, coke and iron industries. At Trinidad begins the ascent of the Raton Pass


Fisher's Peak and Trinidad
Title:
Fisher's Peak and Trinidad
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen

Description:
The conspicuous flat-topped peak on the range to the east of Trinidad is known as Fisher's Peak. On the right rises a ruddy cliff called Simpson's Rest



Frontier Motel
Title:
Frontier Motel
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1952 Jan-3

Description:
Your Home Away from Home The New Frontier Motel One of Colorado's Newest and Finest Tile Baths - Telephone in Every Room. Trinidad, Colorado Home of Picturesque Fisher's Peak


Trinidad Colo., and Fishers Park
Title:
Trinidad Colo., and Fishers Park
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused



Birdseye view
Title:
Birdseye view
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
Trinidad is in the center of a large mineral district; coal mining, manufacturing of coke, iron, mineral paint, lim, fire brick, and lumber are the principal industries of Trinidad, although it is the largest hide and wool shipping point in Colorado. The city is surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery. The flat-topped peak on the range beyond is known as Fisher's Peak, while nearby is Simpson's Rest. Altitude 5,982 feet. Population 7,000


Cardenas Hotel
Title:
Cardenas Hotel
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1923 Feb-17

Description:
The Cardenas at Trinidad, built of stone and concrete in the impressive style of the Old California Missions, is named after Don Garcia Lopez de Cardenas, a captain of Coronado's army which left Mexico in 1540 on his expedition of conquest. It is said that Cardenas was the first white man to behold the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Trinidad is the largest wool and hide shipping point in Colorado. It is the center of immense coal, coke and iron industries. At Trinidad begins the ascent of the Raton Pass



Cardenas Hotel
Title:
Cardenas Hotel
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
THE CARDENAS AT TRINIDAD, built of stone and concrete in the impressive style of the Old California Missions, is named after Don Garcia Lopez de Cardenas, a captain of Coronado's army which left Mexico in 1540 on his expedition of conquest. It is said that Cardenas was the first white man to behold the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Trinidad is the largest wool and hide shipping point in Colorado. It is the center of immense coal, coke and iron industries. At Trinidad begins the ascent of the Raton Pass


Simpson's Monument
Title:
Simpson's Monument
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused



Old Baca House and Pioneer Museum
Title:
Old Baca House and Pioneer Museum
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of the Baca Family on the Old Santa Fe Trail, Trinidad, Colo


Commercial Street Business Section
Title:
Commercial Street Business Section
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Series ICS-59124



Commercial St Bridge
Title:
Commercial St Bridge
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM Jul-31


Fort Wootton Memorial Square
Title:
Fort Wootton Memorial Square
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
Perhaps the Most Unique and Most Complete Veterans Memorial Edifice in America. This unique memorial square has club rooms for six veteran groups and well as an administration building and an auditorium with a courtyard and patio centered in the square. In architecture it resembles the early pioneer forts. It is different from anything else in the country and one of the show spots of Trinidad



Simpson's Rest
Title:
Simpson's Rest
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
One sees from the train a ruddy cliff, rising to a height of several hundred feet, known as Simpson's Rest. Upon its top a party of pioneers were besieged by Indians in the early days and one of the survivors, named Simpson, chose to be buried there many years after, when his time came to die. A rude monument surmounts Simpson's Rest and may be seen from the train. Trinidad is the county seat of Las Animas County. altitude 5,982 feet. Population 7,000.


Presbyterian Church
Title:
Presbyterian Church
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back)



First Congregational Church
Title:
First Congregational Church
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1907


Stonewall Gap
Title:
Stonewall Gap
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
Stonewall Gap lies about 32 miles west of Trinidad at the foot of the Sangre De Cristo Range. This wall formation extends nearly all the way from Canada to Mexico, outcropping along the wall is about 200 feet high and 25 feet wide. This district is a mountain recreation area for Trinidad and its visitors.



Simpson's Rest From Residence District
Title:
Simpson's Rest From Residence District
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
Overlooking Trinidad from the north is the picturesque battlement of Simpson's Rest, a huge outjutting bluff commanding wonderful panoramas of Trinidad and Fishers Peak and of the country to the east.


The Cardenas Santa Fe Hotel
Title:
The Cardenas Santa Fe Hotel
Trinidad Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
The Cardenas at Trinidad, built of stone and concrete in the impressive style of the Old California Missions, is named after Don Garcia Lopez de Cardenas, a captain of Coronado's army which left Mexico in 1540 on his expedition of conquest. It is said that Cardenas was the first white man to behold the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Trinidad is the largest wool and hide shipping point in Colorado. It is the center of immense coal, coke and iron industries. At Trinidad begins the ascent of the Raton Pass.



View of Golf Course
Title:
View of Golf Course
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Real Photo PM 1959 Aug-8


Morley Mine



Snow Covered Depot with Prospect Point in the Distance
Title:
Snow Covered Depot with Prospect Point in the Distance
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused


Snow Covered Depot - December 7, 1913
Title:
Snow Covered Depot - December 7, 1913
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused



When Thoroughbreds Meet Be There! Where? The Fair Trinidad Las Animas County, Colorado
Title:
When Thoroughbreds Meet Be There! Where? The Fair Trinidad Las Animas County, Colorado
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back

Description:
September 12, 13, 14, 15 1910


Commercial Street
Title:
Commercial Street
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1916 Jul-19



Fisher's Peak and Trinidad, Colorado
Title:
Fisher's Peak and Trinidad, Colorado
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The conspicuous flat topped peak on the range to the east of Trinidad is known as Fisher's Peak. On the right rises a ruddy cliff called Simpson's Rest. Upon its top a party of pioneers was besieged by Indians in the early days and one of the survivors named Simpson chose to be buried there years after


Old Santa Fe Trail, over Raton Mountains
Title:
Old Santa Fe Trail, over Raton Mountains
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The track follows the Old Santa Fe Trail over the Raton Mountains, and many glimpses of the Trail may be had as the train winds around and over the pass. When the railroad was first built it climbed over the top of the mountain, but now leaves the Trail near the top and goes through a tunnel. The tunnel lies in New Mexico. A boundary post between Colorado and New Mexico will be noticed about fifty feet from the entrance



Court House
Title:
Court House
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused


Commercial Street Bridge
Title:
Commercial Street Bridge
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1909 Sep-6



Fisher Peak
Title:
Fisher Peak
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Altitude, 10,200 feet


Coke Ovens
Title:
Coke Ovens
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1911 Jul-31



Cattle Drive in Raton Mountains
Title:
Cattle Drive in Raton Mountains
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The old Santa Fe trail, over which the cattle are being driven, is one of interest as belonging to the ante-railroad period of thrilling adventure, for by that trail journeyed every overland stage, every caravan, every prairie schooner, every emigrant, and every soldier cavalcade bound to the Southwest in the early days. The Raton tunnel at an elevation of 7,600 feet is near the top and is the highest point reached by the Santa Fe


Berg Building, Trinidad Jr. College
Title:
Berg Building, Trinidad Jr. College
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused



Kendall Community House and Miramonte Dining Room
Title:
Kendall Community House and Miramonte Dining Room
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
These buildings are for the comfort of the public at Monument Lake Park, the Mountain playground for Trinidad and neighboring communities at an elevation of 8,500 ft., amid timber and hills, reflecting the snow capped peaks of the Sangre De Cristo Range, this spot is ideal for mountain recreation


Raton Tunnels, between Trinidad, Colorado, and Raton, New Mexico
Title:
Raton Tunnels, between Trinidad, Colorado, and Raton, New Mexico
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1949 Nov-13

Description:
H-1561 Hotels-Shops, Fred Harvey Restaurant Raton Tunnel, the highest point on the Santa Fe, has an altitude of 7,622 feet. The tunnel is 15 miles beyond Trinidad, Colorado



Entrance. Kit Carson Park
Title:
Entrance. Kit Carson Park
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen unused


Methodist Church And Parsonage
Title:
Methodist Church And Parsonage
Trinidad Colorado (CO), White Border unused



Snowy Range
Title:
Snowy Range
Trinidad Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
Fred Harvey The Snowy Range presents no scenery of the tremendous type, but frequently views wide in scope and full of beauty are seen. It is visible for miles as the train hurries along. It is eternally snow-capped - hence its name.


Hotel Cardenas
Title:
Hotel Cardenas
Trinidad Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
Fred Harvey The Cardenas at Trinidad, built of stone and concrete in the impressive style of the Old California Missions. It is named after Don Garcia Lopez de Cardenas, a captain in Coronado's army, which left Mexico in 1540 on his expedition of conquest. It is said that Cardenas was the first white man to behold the Grand Canyon of the Colorado river in Arizona. Trinidad is the largest wool and hide shipping point in Colorado. It is the center of immense coal, coke, and iron industries. At Trinidad begins the ascent of the Raton Pass.



Trinidad Auto Camp
Title:
Trinidad Auto Camp
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
1700 Country Club Drive Trinidad, Colo. H. I. Cawthon, Proprietor On the historic Old Santa Fe Trail. U. S. 85.


Spanish Peaks
Title:
Spanish Peaks
Trinidad Colorado (CO), Linen unused





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