Hi everyone. This is my first post, so let me introduce my self. I have been a lurker for several years, I never really had any thing to post before, but now i may have found a small treasure trove of old pictures. I grew up 6 miles north of Castle Rock, Colorado in Larkspur. I have been around model t's my whole life, here are my second and third model t's, (i can't find picture of my first one).I was advertisement for my dad's locksmith in Castle Rock. I bet I put thousands of miles on those little cars just riding around the block where the shop was. I live in Texas now, I work for a large family farm, and in the winter i work at Purgatory ski area in Durango, Colorado. I have hundreds and hundreds of old pictures, I will try to mostly post model t's and other era cars, but i also have at least that many, if not more horse drawn era pictures. I also have a lot of motor cycle, trains and historical pictures, if any one is interested just let me know. I don't keep up with the forum in the winter so i hope none of these pictures have already been posted. Sorry for the long winded intro. And...............
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Fall River Road, ColoradoOgden Theatre, Denver Colorado
Spray Coffee + Spice Co. Market st. Denver, ColoradoWolf Creek Pass, Colorado
Welcome to posting on the forum and yes old photos are always welcome. And some of us would rather have fewer different photos and more cropped and zoomed in on the Ford rather than more photos with the nice scenery in the back ground and a smaller photo of the car. (Of course that is only some of us.)
Again thank you for sharing the photos.
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Dag nab it Michael I saw the one labelled Wolf Creek Pass and I immediately thought of C.W. Mcalls song by that name now I can't get it out of my head!
Yep me to, way up on the great divide, truckin on down the other side...
Looks like a terrible auto-bicycle accident in front of the Ogden Theatre !
Michael, I like the Wolf Creek Pass one. I have driven over Wolf Creek and it looks nothing like that today. I love the photos showing how it was back then. (sorry hap, I like scenery also) Thanks for posting them ....
Beautiful! Lots of us love old era photos. With scenery and without.
Thank you for sharing these.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2