In the Beaux-Arts tradition, this symmetrical, rectangular-plan building of yellow wirecut brick wears Neoclassical trim of Emerald Mountain sandstone and terracotta. The little-altered interior holds museum cases and photographs of the county's numerous pioneer Schoolhouses. The original courthouse, at 928 Lincoln Avenue, began life as a rather plain two-story red brick commercial building, a use to which it has been returned.
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Routt County Courthouse
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