Laird (1887, 3,400 feet) was established around the first Colorado depot of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad. The C Bar C Land and Cattle Company platted the town and named it for Congressman James Laird of Nebraska. Today the depot is gone, but the town lingers.
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