Rocky Ford, CO
Built in 1907, Rocky Ford was the westernmost example of a style of brick depot frequently built by the Santa Fe in Colorado and Kansas in the early 1900's. In August of 1999, the depot was serving as the local Chamber of Commerce, and a large brick structure had been built onto the west end.
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