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4 PHOTOS FOR BOULDER DEPOT
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East end of the depot. There are two very large steel beams to the right that look to be ready to move the depot, they are as long as the depot itself.
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South side of the depot showing bay window. I am literally standing with my back to a row of store fronts which shows how the land has been encroached upon and thus, the move.
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This is the west end of the depot. There is a liquor store at the right and out of view to the left is a parking lot for Vitamin Cottage. The rails ran due east shared by C&S and UP. About 1.5 miles east the C&S branched off.
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A view inside shows the arched doorway and beautiful quarried stone. Extensive reinforcing has been done as evidenced by the 2X6's that adjoin just about each rafter and stud. Placard says built in 1890, restored by the Jaycees in 1976
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