OTTO WESTERMAN, Photographer
Price: $575.00 (Reserved)
Photographed at Breckenridge during the 1890’s, Denver, Leadville & Gunnison #156 with a 3-car passenger train.
Two engines: second is #67; and, first is #63. Rocky Point cut on Boreas Pass, between Breckenridge and Como.
Photograph circa 1895, when the South Park Line was known as the Denver, Leadville & Gunnison Railroad.
Train wreck not identified, but possibly on the loop known as the “Whip Lash,” circa 1898.
Photograph identification written in pencil on back with Westerman imprint. Flood could be along Platte Canon, Clear Creek or Turkey Canon. Most likely Clear Creek Canon.
A popular photographic scene in Summit County. Alex Martin took a very similar image (see below).
This photograph of the South Park Line was published by Alex Martin when he had a studio in Denver, Colorado, circa 1888 – 1890.
Loop of the South Park Line, Summit County, near Breckenridge.
And, of course, yet another of the “Whip Lash” ….
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More Summit County photographs: Breckenridge Mining District, Colorado