El Paso County, Colorado

 

City

Railroad

Current Location

Type

Current Use

Date Built

Track Status

Bldg. Mat.

Current Railroad

Notes

Calhan CRI&P on site, north of U.S. 24 near grain elevators C business storage   gone wood none in poor shape, Endangered! Field checked 2/09
Colorado City (Colorado Springs) Colorado Midland U.S. 24, 21st St./ Cimarron Rh business 1889 gone stone none 14 stall, modified, Field checked 2/09
Colorado City (Colorado Springs) Colorado Midland adjacent to roundhouse Sh business   gone stone none carshop, Field checked 2/09

Colorado Springs

AT&SF/C&S

555 E. Pikes Peak Ave.

P

business

c1918

gone

brick/stone

none

The Railroad Station Business Center, Field checked 7/05

Colorado Springs

AT&SF

E. Pikes Peak Ave.

F

business 

1918

gone

brick

none

The Railroad Station Business Center, originally an express building, Field checked

Colorado Springs

AT&SF

517 Cucharrus St.

F

business

1899

gone

stone

none

earlier freight station

Colorado Springs

D&RGW/CRI&P

Sierra Madre St.

P

business

1877

in use

stone

UP

restaurant, modified

Colorado Springs

CRI&P

2333 Steel Drive

Eh

museum

1888

museum use

  brick

none

Pikes Peak Historical Steet Railway Foundation, trolley museum, 3 remaining stalls

Colorado Springs D&RGW/CRI&P 112 West Pikes Peak Ave. P rr   in use brick UP replaced earlier stone depot, Field checked 2/12

Fountain

AT&SF

relocated

C

residence

 

none

wood

none

modified, Field checked 7/06

Manitou Springs

Colorado Midland

 

P

residence

 

gone

 

none

with addition, Field checked 2/09

Manitou Springs

Manitou & Pikes Peak Ry.

Ruxton Ave.

Ph

rr

 1890s

none

brick

M&PP

Field checked 8/03

Manitou Springs

Manitou & Pikes Peak Ry.

515 Ruxton, Ave., depot west of town

P

rr

  1891

in use

stone/wood 

M&PP

Field checked 2/09

Manitou Springs Manitou & Pikes Peak Ry. on site Eh   1890s in use   M&PP Field checked 2/09

between Manitou Springs and Cascade

Colorado Midland

along old grade

Tn

aband.

 

gone

 

none

a number of short tunnels

Palmer Lake

AT&SF

315 Glenway St.

C

residence

 

none

wood

none

depot from Larkspur

Palmer Lake AT&SF relocated to South Park, south of Jefferson, Park County C private 1877 none wood none originally at Pring, moved to Palmer Lake to replace stone depot in 1938, also used by D&RGW, being restored, Field checked Summer 2005

Pikes Peak

Manitou & Pikes Peak Ry.

summit of Pikes Peak

P

rr

1964

in use

block/brick

M&PP

Field checked 8/03

Compiled by M. J. Camp, Railroad Station Historical Society, Inc.

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