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National Register of Historic Places listings in Colorado

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There are more than 1,500 properties and historic districts in Colorado listed on the National Register of Historic Places. They are distributed over 63 of Colorado's 64 counties; only Broomfield County has none.

Contents: Counties in Colorado   (links in italic lead to a new page)
Adams - Alamosa - Arapahoe - Archuleta - Baca - Bent - Boulder - Broomfield - Chaffee - Cheyenne - Clear Creek - Conejos - Costilla - Crowley - Custer - Delta - Denver - Dolores - Douglas - Eagle - El Paso - Elbert - Fremont - Garfield - Gilpin - Grand - Gunnison - Hinsdale - Huerfano - Jackson - Jefferson - Kiowa - Kit Carson - La Plata - Lake - Larimer - Las Animas - Lincoln - Logan - Mesa - Mineral - Moffat - Montezuma - Montrose - Morgan - Otero - Ouray - Park - Phillips - Pitkin - Prowers - Pueblo - Rio Blanco - Rio Grande - Routt - Saguache - San Juan - San Miguel - Sedgwick - Summit - Teller - Washington - Weld - Yuma
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted October 4, 2018.[1]


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Current listings by county

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The following are approximate tallies of current listings by county. These counts are based on entries in the National Register Information Database as of April 24, 2008[2] and new weekly listings posted since then on the National Register of Historic Places web site.[3] There are frequent additions to the listings and occasional delistings and the counts here are approximate and not official. New entries are added to the official Register on a weekly basis.[4] Also, the counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which modify the area covered by an existing property or district and which carry a separate National Register reference number. The numbers of NRHP listings in each county are documented by tables in each of the individual county list-articles.

Littleton Town Hall, Arapahoe County
Littleton Town Hall, Arapahoe County
Royal Gorge Bridge, Fremont County
Royal Gorge Bridge, Fremont County
Colorado Chautauqua, Boulder County
Colorado Chautauqua, Boulder County
County # of Sites
1 Adams 18
2 Alamosa 15
3 Arapahoe 23
4 Archuleta 3
5 Baca 4
6 Bent 8
7 Boulder 83
8 Broomfield 0
9 Chaffee 41
10 Cheyenne 2
11 Clear Creek 25
12 Conejos 10
13 Costilla 11
14 Crowley 1
15 Custer 9
16 Delta 16
17.1 Denver: Downtown 144
17.2 Denver: Northeast 71
17.3 Denver: Southeast 43
17.4 Denver: West 45
17.5 Denver: Duplicates (6)[5]
17.6 Denver: Total 297
18 Dolores 5
19 Douglas 28
20 Eagle 11
21 El Paso 93
22 Elbert 1
23 Fremont 22
24 Garfield 20
25 Gilpin 7
26 Grand 27
27 Gunnison 22
28 Hinsdale 12
29 Huerfano 8
30 Jackson 3
31 Jefferson 86
32 Kiowa 6
33 Kit Carson 6
34 La Plata 14
35 Lake 9
36 Larimer 101
37 Las Animas 37
38 Lincoln 3
39 Logan 12
40 Mesa 35
41 Mineral 2
42 Moffat 14
43 Montezuma 36
44 Montrose 26
45 Morgan 16
46 Otero 18
47 Ouray 4
48 Park 27
49 Phillips 9
50 Pitkin 36
51 Prowers 15
52 Pueblo 65
53 Rio Blanco 12
54 Rio Grande 13
55 Routt 26
56 Saguache 9
57 San Juan 11
58 San Miguel 6
59 Sedgwick 2
60 Summit 9
61 Teller 10
62 Washington 4
63 Weld 40
64 Yuma 5
(duplicates) (14)[6]
Total: 1,535
Highland School, Boulder County
Highland School, Boulder County
Tower of Memories, Jefferson County
Tower of Memories, Jefferson County
South Canon Bridge, Garfield County
South Canon Bridge, Garfield County
Florissant School, Teller County
Florissant School, Teller County

Adams County

Alamosa County

Arapahoe County

Archuleta County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Chimney Rock Archeological Site August 25, 1970
(#70000153)
Off U.S. Highway 160, southeast of the community of Chimney Rock[9]
37°11′40″N 107°18′04″W / 37.194444°N 107.301111°W / 37.194444; -107.301111 (Chimney Rock Archeological Site)
Chimney Rock
2 Denver & Rio Grande Railroad San Juan Extension February 16, 1973
(#73000462)
Between Antonito and Chama, New Mexico via Cumbres Pass
36°51′56″N 106°23′56″W / 36.865556°N 106.398889°W / 36.865556; -106.398889 (Denver & Rio Grande Railroad San Juan Extension)
Antonito Now a scenic railway, the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad; extends into Conejos County; National Historic Landmark designation October 16, 2012
3 Labo Del Rio Bridge June 24, 1985
(#85001399)
County Road F40 over the Piedra River
37°04′33″N 107°24′17″W / 37.075833°N 107.404722°W / 37.075833; -107.404722 (Labo Del Rio Bridge)
Arboles

Baca County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Colorado Millennial Site April 8, 1980
(#80000877)
At the source of Rule Creek, 2 miles (3.2 km) south of the junction of Baca, Bent, and Las Animas counties[10]
37°37′01″N 103°04′43″W / 37.6169467°N 103.0786585°W / 37.6169467; -103.0786585 (Colorado Millennial Site)
Ruxton Extends into Las Animas County
2 Springfield Schoolhouse October 5, 1977
(#77000363)
281 W. 7th Ave.
37°24′26″N 102°37′08″W / 37.407106°N 102.618892°W / 37.407106; -102.618892 (Springfield Schoolhouse)
Springfield
3 Stonington First Methodist-Episcopal Church March 14, 1996
(#96000272)
48854 County Road X
37°17′40″N 102°11′19″W / 37.294423°N 102.188674°W / 37.294423; -102.188674 (Stonington First Methodist-Episcopal Church)
Stonington
4 Two Buttes Gymnasium December 22, 2009
(#09001119)
5th and C Sts.
37°33′35″N 102°23′55″W / 37.559653°N 102.398511°W / 37.559653; -102.398511 (Two Buttes Gymnasium)
Two Buttes

Bent County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Bent County Courthouse and Jail January 2, 1976
(#76000546)
725 Carson Ave.
38°03′51″N 103°13′12″W / 38.064167°N 103.22°W / 38.064167; -103.22 (Bent County Courthouse and Jail)
Las Animas
2 Bent County High School July 30, 2010
(#10000505)
1214 Ambassador Thompson Blvd.
38°03′54″N 103°13′56″W / 38.065°N 103.232222°W / 38.065; -103.232222 (Bent County High School)
Las Animas
3 Boggsville October 24, 1986
(#86002841)
South of Las Animas on State Highway 101
38°02′39″N 103°12′29″W / 38.044167°N 103.208056°W / 38.044167; -103.208056 (Boggsville)
Las Animas
4 Fort Lyon May 5, 2004
(#04000388)
Junction of County Road 15 and Fort Lyon Gate Rd.
38°04′38″N 103°07′58″W / 38.077222°N 103.132778°W / 38.077222; -103.132778 (Fort Lyon)
Las Animas
5 Fort Lyon National Cemetery January 17, 2017
(#100000472)
15700 County Road HH
38°05′03″N 103°07′46″W / 38.084167°N 103.129444°W / 38.084167; -103.129444 (Fort Lyon National Cemetery)
Las Animas
6 Las Animas Post Office January 16, 2008
(#07001392)
513 6th St.
38°03′58″N 103°13′23″W / 38.0662°N 103.2230°W / 38.0662; -103.2230 (Las Animas Post Office)
Las Animas
7 Prowers Bridge February 4, 1985
(#85000189)
County Road 34
38°05′37″N 102°46′03″W / 38.093611°N 102.7675°W / 38.093611; -102.7675 (Prowers Bridge)
Prowers
8 Santa Fe Trail Mountain Route--Bent's New Fort September 26, 2016
(#16000666)
Address Restricted
Lamar

Former listing

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Columbian Elementary School July 9, 2004
(#04000665)
July 26, 2006 1026 W. 6th St.
Las Animas Demolished in 2006

Boulder County

Broomfield County

There are no places in Broomfield County listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Chaffee County

Cheyenne County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Cheyenne County Courthouse July 27, 1989
(#89000997)
51 S. 1st St.
38°49′15″N 102°20′55″W / 38.820833°N 102.348611°W / 38.820833; -102.348611 (Cheyenne County Courthouse)
Cheyenne Wells
2 Cheyenne County Jail June 16, 1988
(#88000758)
85 W. 2nd St.
38°49′14″N 102°21′03″W / 38.820556°N 102.350833°W / 38.820556; -102.350833 (Cheyenne County Jail)
Cheyenne Wells

Clear Creek County

Conejos County

Costilla County

Crowley County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Crowley School July 28, 1999
(#99000897)
301 Main St.
38°11′41″N 103°51′12″W / 38.19468°N 103.85335°W / 38.19468; -103.85335 (Crowley School)
Crowley Now the Crowley County Heritage Center.[11]

Former listing

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Manzanola Bridge June 24, 1985
(#85001400)
July 22, 1994 Colorado Highway 207
Manzanola vicinity Demolished in 1985

Custer County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Beckwith Ranch May 20, 1998
(#98000568)
64159 State Highway 69
38°11′31″N 105°31′21″W / 38.191944°N 105.5225°W / 38.191944; -105.5225 (Beckwith Ranch)
Westcliffe
2 Hope Lutheran Church January 31, 1978
(#78000838)
310 S. 3rd St.
38°07′57″N 105°28′02″W / 38.1325°N 105.467222°W / 38.1325; -105.467222 (Hope Lutheran Church)
Westcliffe
3 Kennicott Cabin February 14, 1997
(#97000046)
63161 State Highway 69
38°10′57″N 105°30′35″W / 38.1825°N 105.509722°W / 38.1825; -105.509722 (Kennicott Cabin)
Westcliffe
4 Mingus Homestead December 4, 1990
(#90001791)
Off State Highway 165 north of its junction with Ophir Creek Rd. in the San Isabel National Forest
38°05′55″N 105°06′37″W / 38.098611°N 105.110278°W / 38.098611; -105.110278 (Mingus Homestead)
Beulah
5 National Hotel-Wolff Building November 5, 1987
(#87001288)
201 2nd St.
38°08′04″N 105°28′05″W / 38.134444°N 105.468056°W / 38.134444; -105.468056 (National Hotel-Wolff Building)
Westcliffe
6 Westcliff School July 27, 1989
(#89000999)
304 4th St.
38°07′57″N 105°27′57″W / 38.1325°N 105.465833°W / 38.1325; -105.465833 (Westcliff School)
Westcliffe
7 Westcliffe Jail February 3, 1993
(#92001846)
116 2nd St.
38°08′12″N 105°28′05″W / 38.136667°N 105.468056°W / 38.136667; -105.468056 (Westcliffe Jail)
Westcliffe
8 Wetmore Post Office September 12, 2008
(#08000860)
682 County Road 395
38°13′47″N 105°05′24″W / 38.229854°N 105.089917°W / 38.229854; -105.089917 (Wetmore Post Office)
Wetmore
9 Willows School May 14, 1993
(#93000413)
Willows Ln. (County Road 141) between Muddy Ln. (County Road 155) and Schoolfield Rd. (County Road 328)
38°06′39″N 105°32′15″W / 38.110833°N 105.5375°W / 38.110833; -105.5375 (Willows School)
Westcliffe

Delta County

Denver County

Dolores County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Ansel Hall Ruin November 25, 1997
(#97001418)
Address Restricted
Cahone
2 Beaver Creek Massacre Site October 2, 1986
(#86002670)
Address Restricted
Dolores
3 Dey Building April 15, 1999
(#99000448)
3 N. Glasgow
37°41′33″N 108°01′53″W / 37.6925°N 108.031389°W / 37.6925; -108.031389 (Dey Building)
Rico
4 William Kauffman House October 29, 1982
(#82001014)
Silver St.
37°41′35″N 108°01′45″W / 37.693056°N 108.029167°W / 37.693056; -108.029167 (William Kauffman House)
Rico
5 Rico City Hall December 31, 1974
(#74000574)
Northeastern corner of Commercial and Mantz Sts.
37°41′33″N 108°01′48″W / 37.6925°N 108.03°W / 37.6925; -108.03 (Rico City Hall)
Rico

Douglas County

Eagle County

El Paso County

Elbert County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 St. Mark United Presbyterian Church September 18, 1980
(#80000899)
225 Main St.
39°13′13″N 104°32′14″W / 39.220278°N 104.537222°W / 39.220278; -104.537222 (St. Mark United Presbyterian Church)
Elbert

Fremont County

Garfield County

Gilpin County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Bain Cabin April 6, 2018
(#100002289)
501 Shoshoni Camp Rd.
Coordinates missing
Rollinsville vicinity
2 Central City Opera House January 18, 1973
(#73000474)
Eureka St.
39°48′04″N 105°30′47″W / 39.801111°N 105.513056°W / 39.801111; -105.513056 (Central City Opera House)
Central City
3 Central City-Black Hawk Historic District October 15, 1966
(#66000246)
On State Highway 119
39°48′04″N 105°30′27″W / 39.801111°N 105.5075°W / 39.801111; -105.5075 (Central City-Black Hawk Historic District)
Central City
4 Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railway Historic District September 30, 1980
(#80000881)
Southwest of Eldora
39°54′52″N 105°41′10″W / 39.914444°N 105.686111°W / 39.914444; -105.686111 (Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railway Historic District)
East Portal Historic railroad route over Rollins Pass; extends into Grand and Boulder counties.
5 Russell Gulch I.O.O.F. Hall No. 47--Wagner and Askew December 15, 2011
(#11000903)
81 Russell Gulch Rd.
39°46′48″N 105°32′06″W / 39.7801°N 105.5349°W / 39.7801; -105.5349 (Russell Gulch I.O.O.F. Hall No. 47--Wagner and Askew)
Russell Gulch
6 Teller House January 18, 1973
(#73000475)
Eureka St.
39°48′03″N 105°30′46″W / 39.800833°N 105.512778°W / 39.800833; -105.512778 (Teller House)
Central City
7 Winks Panorama March 28, 1980
(#80000901)
Southwest of Pinecliffe
39°55′16″N 105°27′25″W / 39.921111°N 105.456944°W / 39.921111; -105.456944 (Winks Panorama)
Pinecliffe

Grand County

Gunnison County

Hinsdale County

Huerfano County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Francisco Plaza October 23, 1986
(#86002950)
312 S. Main St.
37°30′27″N 105°00′33″W / 37.5075°N 105.009167°W / 37.5075; -105.009167 (Francisco Plaza)
La Veta
2 Huerfano County Courthouse and Jail April 23, 1973
(#73000476)
400 Main St.
37°37′29″N 104°46′53″W / 37.624722°N 104.781389°W / 37.624722; -104.781389 (Huerfano County Courthouse and Jail)
Walsenburg
3 Huerfano County High School November 2, 2005
(#05001200)
415 Walsen Ave.
37°37′51″N 104°47′10″W / 37.630833°N 104.786111°W / 37.630833; -104.786111 (Huerfano County High School)
Walsenburg
4 La Veta Pass Narrow Gauge Railroad Depot June 6, 1980
(#80000902)
Off U.S. Highway 160
37°35′35″N 105°12′12″W / 37.593056°N 105.203333°W / 37.593056; -105.203333 (La Veta Pass Narrow Gauge Railroad Depot)
La Veta
5 Lamme Hospital December 10, 1993
(#93001376)
314 S. Main St.
37°30′26″N 105°00′31″W / 37.507222°N 105.008611°W / 37.507222; -105.008611 (Lamme Hospital)
La Veta
6 Maitland Arroyo Bridge October 15, 2002
(#02001134)
State Highway 69 at Milepost 3.0
37°39′57″N 104°50′00″W / 37.665833°N 104.833333°W / 37.665833; -104.833333 (Maitland Arroyo Bridge)
Walsenburg
7 Montoya Ranch July 3, 2012
(#12000377)
19176 State Highway 69
37°44′41″N 105°04′17″W / 37.744743°N 105.071321°W / 37.744743; -105.071321 (Montoya Ranch)
Farisita
8 Veta Pass August 31, 2011
(#11000607)
3652, 3665, 3688 County Road 443
37°35′35″N 105°12′12″W / 37.593056°N 105.203333°W / 37.593056; -105.203333 (Veta Pass)
La Veta

Jackson County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Colorado State Forest Building Complex January 17, 2017
(#100000474)
Near State Highway 14
40°30′05″N 105°57′56″W / 40.501389°N 105.965556°W / 40.501389; -105.965556 (Colorado State Forest Building Complex)
Gould
2 Hog Park Guard Station September 25, 2003
(#03000960)
Routt National Forest
40°59′56″N 106°48′50″W / 40.998889°N 106.813889°W / 40.998889; -106.813889 (Hog Park Guard Station)
Cowdry
3 Lake Agnes Cabin September 26, 2007
(#07000998)
2.5 miles from State Highway 14 near Cameron Pass
40°29′24″N 105°54′08″W / 40.49°N 105.902222°W / 40.49; -105.902222 (Lake Agnes Cabin)
Gould

Jefferson County

Kiowa County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 American Legion Hall December 11, 2007
(#07001248)
U.S. Highway 287 north of Eads
38°29′06″N 102°47′17″W / 38.485°N 102.788056°W / 38.485; -102.788056 (American Legion Hall)
Eads
2 Crow–Hightower House August 20, 2013
(#13000605)
909 Maine St.
38°29′00″N 102°46′53″W / 38.4832°N 102.7814°W / 38.4832; -102.7814 (Crow–Hightower House)
Eads
3 Eads Community Church August 20, 2013
(#13000606)
110 E. 11th St.
38°28′56″N 102°46′51″W / 38.4821°N 102.7807°W / 38.4821; -102.7807 (Eads Community Church)
Eads
4 Eads School Gymnasium August 20, 2013
(#13000607)
W. 10th and Slater Sts.
38°28′59″N 102°46′58″W / 38.4830°N 102.7829°W / 38.4830; -102.7829 (Eads School Gymnasium)
Eads
5 Hotel Holly–Haswell Hotel August 20, 2013
(#13000608)
200 4th St.
38°27′11″N 103°09′48″W / 38.4530°N 103.1634°W / 38.4530; -103.1634 (Hotel Holly–Haswell Hotel)
Haswell Historic district containing a two-story hotel, filling station, bunkhouse, chicken coop, and non-contributing garage.[12]
6 Sand Creek Massacre Site September 28, 2001
(#01001055)
Near the junction of County Roads 54 and W
38°34′13″N 102°30′11″W / 38.570278°N 102.503056°W / 38.570278; -102.503056 (Sand Creek Massacre Site)
Eads Boundary increase approved, September 19, 2016

Kit Carson County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Burlington Gymnasium December 11, 2007
(#07001249)
450 11th St.
39°18′17″N 102°15′46″W / 39.304722°N 102.262778°W / 39.304722; -102.262778 (Burlington Gymnasium)
Burlington
2 Burlington State Armory September 20, 1984
(#84000859)
191 14th St.
39°18′08″N 102°16′05″W / 39.302222°N 102.268056°W / 39.302222; -102.268056 (Burlington State Armory)
Burlington
3 Elitch Gardens Carousel December 19, 1978
(#78000861)
Kit Carson County Fairgrounds
39°18′32″N 102°16′13″W / 39.308889°N 102.270278°W / 39.308889; -102.270278 (Elitch Gardens Carousel)
Burlington
4 Flagler Hospital January 30, 1991
(#90001421)
311 Main Ave., P.O. Box 126
39°17′36″N 103°04′45″W / 39.293333°N 103.079167°W / 39.293333; -103.079167 (Flagler Hospital)
Flagler
5 Sim Hudson Motor Company Building November 7, 2007
(#07001149)
1332 Senter Ave.
39°18′17″N 102°16′00″W / 39.304722°N 102.266667°W / 39.304722; -102.266667 (Sim Hudson Motor Company Building)
Burlington
6 Spring Creek Bridge October 15, 2002
(#02001143)
U.S. Highway 24 at milepost 430.32
39°18′01″N 102°43′41″W / 39.300278°N 102.728056°W / 39.300278; -102.728056 (Spring Creek Bridge)
Vona

Former listing

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Winegar Building May 22, 1986
(#86001123)
November 9, 2015 494-498 14th St.
39°18′21″N 102°16′03″W / 39.305833°N 102.2675°W / 39.305833; -102.2675 (Winegar Building)
Burlington Apparently demolished in or before 2013[13]

La Plata County

Lake County

Larimer County

Las Animas County

Lincoln County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Limon Railroad Depot February 20, 2003
(#03000038)
897 1st St.
39°15′37″N 103°41′14″W / 39.260278°N 103.687222°W / 39.260278; -103.687222 (Limon Railroad Depot)
Limon
2 Hugo Municipal Pool July 24, 2008
(#08000692)
Junction of US 287 and 6th Ave.
39°08′00″N 103°27′57″W / 39.133454°N 103.465811°W / 39.133454; -103.465811 (Hugo Municipal Pool)
Hugo part of the New Deal Resources on Colorado's Eastern Plains Multiple Property Submission
3 Rock Island Snow Plow No. 95580 July 23, 2018
(#100002680)
899 1st St.
39°15′39″N 103°41′12″W / 39.2609°N 103.6868°W / 39.2609; -103.6868 (Rock Island Snow Plow No. 95580)
Limon

Logan County

Mesa County

Mineral County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Sevenmile Bridge July 11, 1985
(#85001552)
County road 6 miles southwest of Creede
37°47′33″N 106°58′51″W / 37.7925°N 106.980833°W / 37.7925; -106.980833 (Sevenmile Bridge)
Creede
2 Wagon Wheel Gap Railroad Station September 27, 1976
(#76000563)
Southeast of Creede at Wagon Wheel Gap off State Highway 149
37°45′54″N 106°49′32″W / 37.765°N 106.825556°W / 37.765; -106.825556 (Wagon Wheel Gap Railroad Station)
Creede

Moffat County

Montezuma County

Montrose County

Morgan County

Otero County

Ouray County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Beaumont Hotel October 30, 1973
(#73000483)
505 Main St.
38°01′18″N 107°40′14″W / 38.021667°N 107.670556°W / 38.021667; -107.670556 (Beaumont Hotel)
Ouray
2 George Jackson House January 11, 1996
(#95001508)
129 Citadel Dr., off U.S. Highway 550
38°05′13″N 107°42′12″W / 38.086944°N 107.703333°W / 38.086944; -107.703333 (George Jackson House)
Ridgway vicinity Historic farmhouse visible from highway between Ridgway and Ouray, about midway
3 Ouray City Hall and Walsh Library April 16, 1975
(#75000528)
6th Ave. between 3rd and 4th Sts.
38°01′23″N 107°40′12″W / 38.023056°N 107.67°W / 38.023056; -107.67 (Ouray City Hall and Walsh Library)
Ouray
4 Ouray Historic District October 6, 1983
(#83003537)
U.S. Highway 550
38°01′22″N 107°40′24″W / 38.022778°N 107.673333°W / 38.022778; -107.673333 (Ouray Historic District)
Ouray

Park County

Phillips County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Evergreen Corner Rural Historic District December 24, 2013
(#13000960)
Junction of County Roads 17 and 30
40°38′37″N 102°30′43″W / 40.643551°N 102.512067°W / 40.643551; -102.512067 (Evergreen Corner Rural Historic District)
Haxtun
2 First National Bank of Haxtun July 1, 1986
(#86001454)
145 S. Colorado Ave.
40°38′30″N 102°37′42″W / 40.641667°N 102.628333°W / 40.641667; -102.628333 (First National Bank of Haxtun)
Haxtun
3 Hargreaves Homestead Rural Historic District December 3, 2013
(#13000873)
U.S. Route 385 between County Roads 10 and 12
40°30′19″N 102°17′53″W / 40.505299°N 102.298177°W / 40.505299; -102.298177 (Hargreaves Homestead Rural Historic District)
Holyoke
4 Harms Farm February 2, 2016
(#15001010)
County Road 21 between County Roads 30 and 32
40°38′51″N 102°28′29″W / 40.647415°N 102.474728°W / 40.647415; -102.474728 (Harms Farm)
Haxtun
5 W.E. Heginbotham House March 8, 1988
(#88000170)
539 S. Baxter
40°34′50″N 102°18′10″W / 40.580556°N 102.302778°W / 40.580556; -102.302778 (W.E. Heginbotham House)
Holyoke Now called the Heginbotham Library and serves as Holyoke's public library.
6 Millage Farm Rural Historic District December 3, 2013
(#13000874)
County Road 18 between U.S. Route 385 and County Road 37
40°33′20″N 102°18′23″W / 40.555466°N 102.306429°W / 40.555466; -102.306429 (Millage Farm Rural Historic District)
Holyoke
7 Oltjenbruns Farm February 2, 2016
(#15001011)
County Road 49 between Colorado Highway 23 and County Road 34
40°39′46″N 102°12′14″W / 40.662667°N 102.204024°W / 40.662667; -102.204024 (Oltjenbruns Farm)
Amherst
8 Phillips County Courthouse December 28, 2007
(#07001306)
221 Interocean Ave.
40°35′02″N 102°18′04″W / 40.583889°N 102.301111°W / 40.583889; -102.301111 (Phillips County Courthouse)
Holyoke
9 Shirley Hotel March 28, 2002
(#02000263)
101 S. Colorado Ave.
40°38′32″N 102°37′42″W / 40.642222°N 102.628333°W / 40.642222; -102.628333 (Shirley Hotel)
Haxtun

Pitkin County

Prowers County

Pueblo County

Rio Blanco County

Rio Grande County

Routt County

Saguache County

San Juan County

San Miguel County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Fort Peabody March 30, 2005
(#05000214)
Uncompahgre National Forest
37°55′49″N 107°43′57″W / 37.930278°N 107.7325°W / 37.930278; -107.7325 (Fort Peabody)
Telluride
2 Lewis Mill May 6, 2009
(#09000267)
3.5 miles southeast of Telluride at the head of Bridal Veil Basin
37°52′44″N 107°46′30″W / 37.8790°N 107.7750°W / 37.8790; -107.7750 (Lewis Mill)
Telluride
3 Rio Grande Southern Railroad Trout Lake Water Tank August 21, 2003
(#03000777)
Along North Trout Lake Rd.
37°49′23″N 107°52′45″W / 37.823056°N 107.879167°W / 37.823056; -107.879167 (Rio Grande Southern Railroad Trout Lake Water Tank)
Ophir
4 Smuggler-Union Hydroelectric Power Plant December 27, 1979
(#79000621)
Southeast of Telluride at Bridal Veil Falls
37°55′09″N 107°46′08″W / 37.919167°N 107.768889°W / 37.919167; -107.768889 (Smuggler-Union Hydroelectric Power Plant)
Telluride
5 Telluride Historic District October 15, 1966
(#66000256)
State Highway 145
37°56′14″N 107°48′29″W / 37.937222°N 107.808056°W / 37.937222; -107.808056 (Telluride Historic District)
Telluride
6 Valley View Leasing and Mining Company Mill February 24, 2010
(#10000035)
State Highway 145, 2.8 miles south of Ophir
37°50′49″N 107°53′02″W / 37.8470°N 107.8840°W / 37.8470; -107.8840 (Valley View Leasing and Mining Company Mill)
Ophir

Sedgwick County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Sedgwick County Courthouse April 24, 2007
(#07000345)
315 Cedar St.
40°59′18″N 102°15′52″W / 40.988333°N 102.264444°W / 40.988333; -102.264444 (Sedgwick County Courthouse)
Julesburg
2 Union Pacific Railroad Julesburg Depot February 11, 2004
(#04000019)
210 W. 1st St.
40°59′08″N 102°15′48″W / 40.985556°N 102.263333°W / 40.985556; -102.263333 (Union Pacific Railroad Julesburg Depot)
Julesburg

Summit County

Teller County

Washington County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Akron Gymnasium January 16, 2008
(#07001397)
W. 4th St. and Custer Ave.
40°09′43″N 103°13′02″W / 40.161944°N 103.217222°W / 40.161944; -103.217222 (Akron Gymnasium)
Akron
2 Farmers State Bank of Cope May 8, 2017
(#100000952)
45450 Washington Ave.
39°39′49″N 102°51′04″W / 39.663601°N 102.851032°W / 39.663601; -102.851032 (Farmers State Bank of Cope)
Cope
3 Plum Bush Creek Bridge October 15, 2002
(#02001135)
U.S. Highway 36 at milepost 138.16
39°44′24″N 103°32′46″W / 39.73989°N 103.54607°W / 39.73989; -103.54607 (Plum Bush Creek Bridge)
Last Chance
4 West Plum Bush Creek Bridge October 15, 2002
(#02001136)
U.S. Highway 36 at milepost 134.59
39°44′24″N 103°36′43″W / 39.74002°N 103.61185°W / 39.74002; -103.61185 (West Plum Bush Creek Bridge)
Last Chance

Weld County

Yuma County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Beecher Island Battleground October 29, 1976
(#76000569)
16.5 miles southeast of Wray on Beecher Rd.
39°52′13″N 102°11′13″W / 39.870278°N 102.186944°W / 39.870278; -102.186944 (Beecher Island Battleground)
Wray
2 Boggs Lumber and Hardware Building January 18, 1985
(#85000086)
125 N. Main St.
40°06′48″N 102°29′18″W / 40.113333°N 102.488333°W / 40.113333; -102.488333 (Boggs Lumber and Hardware Building)
Eckley
3 Cliff Theater August 6, 2013
(#13000577)
420 Main St.
40°04′39″N 102°13′19″W / 40.077363°N 102.221841°W / 40.077363; -102.221841 (Cliff Theater)
Wray
4 Lett Hotel January 25, 1990
(#89002378)
204 S. Ash
40°07′27″N 102°43′30″W / 40.124167°N 102.725°W / 40.124167; -102.725 (Lett Hotel)
Yuma
5 Walter and Anna Zion Homestead July 6, 2005
(#05000652)
Off County Road 15
39°46′59″N 102°23′15″W / 39.783056°N 102.3875°W / 39.783056; -102.3875 (Walter and Anna Zion Homestead)
Idalia

See also

References

  1. ^ https://www.nps.gov/subjects/nationalregister/weekly-list.htm "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions"]. National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on October 4, 2018.
  2. ^ National Park Service (2008-04-24). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  3. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service. Retrieved January 2, 2009.
  4. ^ Weekly List Actions, National Register of Historic Places website
  5. ^ 19th Street Bridge (Downtown Denver and West Denver), East Sixth Avenue Parkway (Northeast Denver and Southeast Denver), Monaco Street Parkway (Northeast Denver and Southeast Denver), South Platte River Bridges (Northeast Denver and West Denver), and Speer Boulevard (Downtown Denver, Northeast Denver, and Southeast Denver).
  6. ^ The following sites are listed in multiple counties: Alpine Tunnel Historic District (Chaffee and Gunnison), Boreas Railroad Station Site (Park and Summit), Colorado Millennial Site (Baca and Las Animas), Denver & Rio Grande Railroad San Juan Extension (Archuleta and Conejos), Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railway Historic District (Boulder, Gilpin and Grande), Durango-Silverton Narrow-Gauge Railroad (La Plata and San Juan), North Inlet Trail (Larimer and Grand), Riverside Cemetery (Adams and Denver), Staunton Ranch-Rural Historic Landscape (Jefferson and Park), Tobasco Mine and Mill (Hinsdale and San Juan), Tonahutu Creek Trail (Larimer and Grand), Trail Ridge Road (Larimer and Grand) and Ute Mountain Ute Mancos Canyon Historic District (La Plata and Montezuma).
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  9. ^ Location derived from the GNIS feature record for Chimney Rock; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"
  10. ^ Location derived from its GNIS feature record; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted".
  11. ^ "Crowley County Heritage Center". Archived 2013-09-02 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved 2012-08-27.
  12. ^ Simmons, R. Laurie; Simmons, Thomas H. "NRHP Nomination: Hotel Holly/Haswell Hotel" (PDF). National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  13. ^ See minutes of the Burlington City Council meeting, May 28, 2013: on p. 2, "...a parking lot would be better use of the land where the Winegar building was instead of a park." Retrieved 2014-09-08.

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