Grand County Historical Association’s (GCHA) Heritage Park Museum will be considered by the Colorado Historic Preservation Review Board for nomination to the Colorado State Register of Historic Properties. The State Register is Colorado’s official list of historic properties worthy of preservation. Listing in the State Register provides recognition and assistance in preserving our state’s heritage. The review will take place on September 20, 2019 at the History Colorado Center in Denver.
The Depot is significant because it is the last intact building of its kind. Originally, there were about 26 depots constructed along the Moffat Tunnel Rail Corridor; however, Kremmling’s depot is the only one that has not been converted into another structure. The building was constructed in 1906 and contains a room for passengers and living space for ticketing agents. Although it was remodeled by the railroad in the 1950s, the depot at Kremmling still retains many of its original 1906 characteristics.
To learn more and support GCHA’s preservation and education efforts, visit grandcountyhistory.org.