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Durango’s Iconic Train Station - Animas Museum

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Durango’s historic railroad depot is an iconic symbol of Durango’s rich history as a railroad town. One of the oldest, most significant and best preserved structures in town, it has anchored Durango’s Main Avenue Historic District for over 136 years.... Read full article

LOOKING BACK - Ho, for the Cliff Houses!

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Last Friday morning our party of fourteen mounted their horses enroute for the Cliff Houses in Mancos canon under the guidance of Sterl Thomas. We left Cortez about ten o’clock....................................................... Read full article

LOOKING BACK - Montezuma County Historical Society

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Then we lived on the Dolores River at Lone Dome we saw a great deal of the Indians in our first years there. Mr. Dunham used to ride at night so as to escape their attention....... Read full article

The Historic Strater Hotel

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The historic Strater Hotel (1887) began as a dream for young, inexperienced 20-year old Henry H. Strater. He convinced his father, Anton Strater, of Cleveland, Ohio to invest in a new hotel in the West, and Henry's dream was realized in 1887.... Read full article

Craft Breweries of Four Corners

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The Four Corners Region is home to some of the best breweries is the country. No matter what city you are in, look at our map and you will find one near you where you can enjoy a great dining experience and of course the cold beverage to wash it down... Read full article

The Southern Ute Museum- "Colorado's Longest Continuous Residents"

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Visit the Southern Ute Museum to learn the history of the Ute People, the longest continuous residents of Colorado. Only a short drive from any area in the Four Corners Region, this museum makes a perfect day trip to learn about the area's history.... Read full article