You are bidding on a brand new No Frills CD Picture Guide to Modeling Train Stations Volume 1. What are no frills CD's? Simply put, they are photos and nothing more. No story, no book, no outrageous photographer fees, no fancy case, no fancy label, just clear cut photos loaded with detail and photographic information. Many pictures are print quality! All pictures are saved in the highest resolution possible at the time they were taken or scanned.
This single CD collection contains several stations found in the Rocky Mountain region of Colorado. But don’t let the mountain region keep you from getting this CD. These photos can help you in whatever you model in. This CD contains over 700 pictures. From windows, doors, chimneys, ramps, signs, interiors, roof details and more, this is the most extensive single source of information like this that you can find at this price! This CD contains over 700 pictures.
I’ve tried to capture any bit of useful information over the years for you to use in scratch building or ideas that you can incorporate on your model railroad.
You cannot begin to imagine just how many different styles and types of stations can be found along the rail right of way. You will be just as amazed to see how many different styles are still in use today, or how they have been given a second chance with a new life and how you can apply them to your pike! You will see how a “station” can also be used for something other then a station and you can do that too! Bring your railroad to life!
Areas photographed are along the former D&RGW narrow gauge and standard gauge, UP, BNSF, RGS, C&S and the former Denver, South Park, & Pacific railroads. This is an incredible collection of color digital and picture scanned photographs.
Since most of my other No Frills CD’s cover so many topics, I thought making a list of the particular stations in Volume 1 might be helpful. Here are the stations photographed on Volume 1
ATSF & C&S brick freight station, Colorado Springs (now a business)
ATSF & C&S brick passenger station, Colorado Springs (now a private school)
ATSF wood passenger station, Castle Rock (now an abandon private residence)
ATSF stucco passenger station, Englewood (restoration in process)
ATSF wood passenger station, Littleton (now the art center)
C&S brick passenger station, Berthoud (now a Lions Club facility)
C&S brick passenger station, Longmont (in use by the BNSF as a storage facility)
C&S wood passenger station Silver Plume, (currently in use by the Georgetown Loop RR Interior photographed)
CB&Q wood passenger station, Longmont (now a liquor store)
Colorado Midland Terminal wood Antero passenger station, Fairplay (replica constructed and used as a real estate office)
Colorado Midland Terminal wood freight depot, Woodland Park (now a small business)
Colorado Midland Terminal wood passenger station and surrounding structures, Hartsel (currently abandon. The surrounding structures include an outhouse and either a small section house or other railroad structure like a freight office)
Colorado Midland Terminal wood passenger station, Divide (under restoration some interior photos)
Colorado Midland Terminal brick passenger station, Cripple Creek (currently a museum)
Colorado Midland Terminal wood passenger station Bull Hill (currently used for the Cripple Creek & Victor RR, Cripple Creek interior photos a currently a gift shop)
D&RGW stone block passenger station, Castle Rock, CO (currently a museum)
D&RGW stone block passenger station Glenwood Springs, ( in use by Amtrack interior photographed)
D&RGW stone block passenger station, Littleton (in use by Denver Light Rail)
D&RGW wood passenger station Sargent (re-located to Gunnison for the Pioneer Museum restored)
D&RGW stone block passenger station Union Station, Denver (in use by Denver Light Rail and Amtrack interior photographed)
D&RGW stone block Union Station Freight Terminal, Grand Junction (in use by UP as offices)
D&RGW stone block Union Station passenger station, Grand Junction (abandon and for sale)
DSP&P wood passenger station, Glen Isle (relocated to Bailey for outdoor exhibit restored)
DSP&P wood passenger station, Buena Vista (relocated from ? under restoration)
Florence & Cripple Creek wood passenger station Victor (relocated from ? used as visitor center restored)
South Park City wood passenger station, Fairplay (was converted from a school house currently is a generic replica on display in Fairplay interior photographed)
Union Pacific brick passenger station, Fort Collins (currently a restaurant)
Union Pacific wood passenger station, Greeley (moved from Burns, WY and on display in Greeley Museum)
Generic baggage cart detailed photos.