Between Como and Breckenridge, the old DSP&P rail grade was converted to a dirt auto road by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers after the railroad abandoned the line in 1937. Atop 11,498-foot, blizzard-blasted Boreas Pass, a small community hung on for only a few years. Of a post office, frame depot, stone engine house, turntable, water tank, section house, and 957-foot-long snow shed, only the log section house and one cabin still stand. Both are being restored by the U.S. Forest Service.
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Boreas Pass Section House
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