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Red Cliff Bridge is a cantilevered steel arch bridge located outside of Red Cliff, Colorado. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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Poncha Junction substation generator at Poncha Springs, Colorado. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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The Red Cliff Bridge is a cantilevered steel arch bridge near Red Cliff, Colorado. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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Substation generator at the Poncha Junction Substation in Poncha Springs, Colorado.
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Salida City Hall at 124 E Street in Salida, Colorado. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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Starbuck's Dairy was located on the west end of Rainbow Boulevard in Salida, Colorado. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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Salida's City Hall was located at 124 E Street in Salida, Colorado. Today this is the home of Salida's Fire Department. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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Starbuck's Dairy was on the west end of Rainbow Boulevard in Salida, Colorado. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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Monarch Ski Resort patrons parked near Highway 50 and then walked in for a day of skiing. Monarch Ridge is visible in background. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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Gunbarrel Ski Run at Monarch Ski Resort. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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Setting up electrical lines at the Poncha Springs substation. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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Public Service Company generator at the Poncha Junction Substation in Poncha Springs, Colorado. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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The rope tow is in use at Gunbarrel Run at the Monarch Ski Resort. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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The Ku Klux Klan in the 4th of July Parade in Salida, Colorado. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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An automobile promotion brought a crowd of people to the entrance of Y & R Auto Company at the corner of 3rd and F Streets in Salida, Colorado. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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A view of Cotopaxi, Colorado from Highway 50. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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Elmo Bevington, owner of Monarch Ski Resort, would take tourists up to the top of the Monarch Crest in his signature red automobile. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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The Mineral Hot Springs in the San Luis Valley were a part of Hot Springs City. During the 1950s, Robert Dunshee, an early developer of the site, died, and the resort was mostly abandoned. This is now Joyful Journey Hot Springs. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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The Mineral Hot Springs in the San Luis Valley were a part of Hot Springs City. During the 1950s, Robert Dunshee, an early developer of the site, died, and the resort was mostly abandoned. This is now Joyful Journey Hot Springs. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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Monarch Crest Observatory Tower. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.