Kremmling (1885, 7,322 feet) began with the general store of Kare Kremmling at the junction of the Blue and Colorado rivers and solidified as a town with the 1905 arrival of the railroad. It remains the supply town for a large, sparsely settled area of hay and live-stock ranches. Notable buildings include the Dan Hoare Blacksmith Shop, northeast corner of 2nd Street and Central Avenue, with shiplap siding and a false front.
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