A vintage postcard showing the Boise Depot. Sunday’s free tours will include historic information as well as the chance to climb the depot tower and see the city blanketed in snow.
A vintage postcard showing the Boise Depot. Sunday’s free tours will include historic information as well as the chance to climb the depot tower and see the city blanketed in snow. From the collection of Mark Baltes
A vintage postcard showing the Boise Depot. Sunday’s free tours will include historic information as well as the chance to climb the depot tower and see the city blanketed in snow. From the collection of Mark Baltes

Get a bird’s-eye view of snowy Boise at the Boise Depot

January 04, 2017 10:48 AM

UPDATED January 04, 2017 03:51 PM

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