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Rio Grande County Museum (Barlow and Sanderson Stage Depot)
Barlow and Sanderson, the last major Colorado stagecoach company, used this one-story, hand-hewn cabin of Douglas fir logs with notched corners and overlapping exterior boards. It was moved to this cottonwood-shaded park across from the Town Hall in 1973, placed on a stone foundation, and converted to a transportation museum.
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