Relics of Colorado’s Past- Photos From the Road

Posted: February 9, 2014 in Cemeteries and Graves, Ghost Towns
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One of the greatest aspects of living in Colorado is being surrounded by such rich history. Colorado was a major crossroads in it’s early days- mining, ranching, farming, lumber, railroads, manufacturing. You name it Colorado had it.

Today, virtually everywhere you travel in the state you will find reminders of the past.  I spend as much of my free time as I can hitting the road and seeing what relic awaits me over the next hill.  These are just a few more of the images I have captured on my recent travels across Colorado.

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