On the Road with Colorado’s Most Endangered Places!

On the Road

Colorado’s Most Endangered Places are located throughout the state.  Visit.  Learn.  Be Inspired!  Experience Colorado’s history firsthand.

Pick a region and get on the road with Colorado’s Most Endangered Places!

Note: On the map – Green -Saved, Yellow – In Progress, Red – Alert, Black – Lost



Reiling Gold Dredge, Breckenridge Central Platoon School, Brush
Satank Bridge, Carbondale Elkhorn Lodge, Estes Park
Craig Depot, Craig Preston Farm, Fort Collins
4 Bar 4 Ranch, Fraser Dearfield Farming Colony, Greeley
Shield Rock Art, Rangely Downtown Greeley
Hahn’s Peak Fire Lookout, Steamboat Springs P.O.W Pillars, Camp 202, Greeley
Rock Creek Stage Stop, Toponas                         x Greeley, Salt Lake, Pacific RR Grade, LaPorte
Crossan’s Market, Yampa Daniels Schoolhouse, Milliken
Moffat Road Windsor Mill, Windsor
Winter Park Balcony House  



Paris Mill, Alma Ralston Cemetery, Arvada
Deputy Warden’s House, Canyon City Grandview Terrace Neighborhood, Boulder
Como Depot, Como Original Gold Hill Town Site, Boulder
Snowstorm Gold Dredge, Fairplay           x Civic Center, Denver
Georgetown School, Georgetown Colorado Capitol Dome, Denver
Historic I-70 Communities, Idaho Springs to Graymont Currigan Exhibition Hall (LOST), Denver
Inter-laken Resort, Leadville Denver Tramway Company Streetcar No.4
Leadville Mining District, Leadville Evans School, Denver
Manitou Springs Spa, Manitou Grant Avenue Church, Denver
Beaumont Home, Pueblo Hanger 61, Denver
Colorado Fuel & Iron Plant, Pueblo Neon Signs of Colfax, Denver
Goodnight Barn, Pueblo Riverside Cemetery, Denver
Historic Eastside Neighborhood, Pueblo Sixteenth St. Mall, Denver
McLaughlin Building, Pueblo Sullivan Gateway, Denver
Studinkski Block, Pueblo Sundial Plaza/Cranmer Park, Denver
Hutchinson Homestead & Ranch, Salida Foxton Post Office, Foxton
Salida Opera House, Salida Bradford Perley House, Littleton
Silver Dollar Saloon, Victor Mid-Century Resources Littleton Blvd, Littleton
Christian Science Church (LOST), Victor Willowcroft Manor & Farm (LOST), Littleton
Black Hawk City Ditch
Central City Moffat Road
Cripple Creek  
Moffat Road  



Gold Medal Orchard, Cortez Denver Rio Grande Railroad Station, Antonito
McElmo Creek Flume, Cortez San Rafael Church, Antonito
Commodore Mining District, Creede             x Gianella Building, Aguilar
Durango Power House, Durango Rialto Theatre, Alamosa
Outbuildings of Lake City, Lake City           
Montoya Ranch, Farasita
Ute Ulay Mill & Town Site, Lake City Amache Internment Camp, Granada
Kennedy/Mancos Grain Elevator, Mancos Hugo Roundhouse, Hugo
Soldiers & Sailors Home (Homelake), Monte Vista Union Pacific Pumphouse, Kit Carson
Chimney Rock, Pagosa Springs Kit Carson Hotel (LOST), La Junta
Fourth St. Commercial District, Saguache Bent County High School, Las Animas
Red Mountain Mining District, Silverton Columbian Elementary School (LOST), Las Animas
Alta Lakes Town Site, Telluride Fort Lyon Officer’s Housing, Las Animas
Lewis Mill, Telluride Brown’s Sheep Camp, Model
Lizzy Knight Cabin Arkansas Valley Fairground Stables, Rocky Ford
  El Corazon de Trinidad, Trinidad
  Toltec Hotel, Trinidad
  Walsen Power Plant, Walsenburg
  Hispanic Cultural Landscapes Purgatoire River Valley
  Santa Fe Trail & Southeast Heritage Region
  Lafayette Head Home & Ute Indian Agency



Given Institute (LOST), Aspen Native American Wickiup & Teepee Sites
Emma Store, Basalt Historic Bridges of Colorado
Homesteading Resources Escalante Canyon, Delta
Fruita Bridge, Fruita  
Grand Junction Railroad Depot, Grand Junction     x  
Handy Chapel, Grand Junction  
Stranges Grocery, Grand Junction  
Hotchkiss Barn, Hotchkiss  
Colona School & Grange, Montrose  
Redstone Castle, Redstone  
Lime Kilns, Thomasville  
Hanging Flume, Uravan  


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Featured Project

Preservation for a Changing Colorado

Historic preservation has a direct economic benefit to communities and Colorado! Take a look at the 2017 study, which considered the ways adaption of historic places has a direct financial effect on the state.

This updated, most resent study, was the result of a partnership between Colorado Preservation, Inc and History Colorado, funded by a grant from History Colorado's State Historical Fund. Prepared by Clarion Associates, the new report document the economic benefits of rehabilitation projects, analyzes property values and neighborhood stability in local historic districts, and summarizes the increasing impact of heritage tourism, private preservation development and the success of Colorado’s Main Street program.

In a key finding, researchers determined that for every $1 million spent on historic preservation in Colorado it produced $1.03 million in additional spending, 14 new jobs, and $636,700 in increased household incomes across the state!

The 2017 report also considers the important role preservation plays in helping Coloradans provide new spaces for creative communities and co-working, create and sustain meaningful places, responds to the state’s changing demographics, and addresses climate concerns.

Click Here to see download and read the full report, "Preservation for a Changing Colorado".