Art Burrill's collection
These photos belong to my dad, Art Burrill. He started taking photos in the 1930's, not long after his employment with Union Pacific began. He started work in 1937 and retired in 1979, working in many places along the Union Pacific. Some have asked what kind of camera he used for these photos: He had a 620 Kodak camera that he bought soon after he started working.

These photos are several that Art took around the Colorado and Southern Depot in Fort Collins, Colorado. This original passenger depot was situated so that a portion of it actually occupied part of the street of LaPorte Avenue, so in later years it was torn down. Date: Circa 1937.

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