Teller County, Colorado

 

City

Railroad

Current Location

Type

Current Use

Date Built

Track Status

Bldg. Mat.

Current Railroad

Notes

Anaconda (Bull Hill)

Midland Terminal

moved to Cripple Creek

C

ticket office 

1894

tourist

wood

Cripple Creek & Victor Narrow Gauge RR

moved to Cripple Creek in 1968, Field checked 8/03

Cripple Creek

Midland Terminal

Bennett Ave., next to Cripple Creek District Museum

C

ticket office

 1894

tourist

wood

Cripple Creek & Victor Narrow Gauge RR

moved from Anaconda(Bull Hill), Field checked 6/07

Cripple Creek

Midland Terminal

Bennett Ave.

C

museum

1896 

gone

brick/stone

none

three story, Cripple Creek District Museum, Field checked 6/07

Between Cripple Creek and Divide

Midland Terminal

S.R. 67

Tn

bypassed

 

gone

rock bore 

none

tunnel gated

E of Cripple Creek

Short Line

Gold Camp Rd

M

highway

 

gone

 

none

Road follows old grade. Tunnels and bridges of railroad origin.

Divide

Colo. Midland

along south side of U.S. 24, east end of town

C

unused 

1904

gone

wood

none

modified, Hopefully to be restored, Field checked 2/09

about 10 mi. E of Victor

Skagway Power Plant Incline

Skagway Reservoir

Tn

abandoned

 

gone

rock bore

none

 

Victor

Midland Terminal

1 block north of Diamond St.

C

residence

 

gone

brick

none

Field checked 6/07

Victor

Florence & Cripple Creek

Phantom Canyon Rd. S out of town

M

highway

 

gone

 

none

This road follows old grade. Tunnels and many bridges are of railroad origin.

Woodland Park

Colo. Midland

relocated beside lake

F

library

1903

none

wood

none

 

Woodland Park

replica

along U.S. 24 in downtown

C

visitor center

  1980s

gone

wood

none

Field checked 2/09

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

 

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