This post-war booklet contains just nine color photos and 38 black-and-white ones. At least in this case most of the black-and-white photos appear on pages that have other black-and-white photos. But why not put a color interior photo of the City of Denver on page 29, instead of black-and-white, when a color exterior photo of the train is on the same page? The map on the inside back cover is essentially the same as the one on the front cover of the 1939 booklet.

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The cover photo isn’t identified, but it seems to be Hallett Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park, possibly from Dream Lake.

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