Saturday, July 30, 2011

Leadville Train Station

10 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Very nice building. I'm trying to imagine this bustling 120 or so years ago!

For the first time in 2 weeks, the weather permitted outside diners yesterday evening. The yesterday here is still your Saturday!!

Lois said...

My great grandfather worked for the "railroad" as my granny used to call it and because of her, I just love old train depots. This one is a beauty!

bfarr said...

Love this old building. Before I even looked at the caption, I knew it was a train station. This is sure a charmer.

Keep em coming.

Tricia ♥Charming Barn Hunter♥ said...

Ahhh, a train station... wouldn't it be cool to turn that into a home?! I can see myself living there. =)

Francisca said...

That's a charming old train station... but am I missing something? Where are the tracks?

petrolin50 said...

Beautiful building yards. It belongs to the railroad. These old buildings are way more modern. They have their charm. In return I give to my blog photo of the old railway station in HoĊ™ice. Nice start of the week! Peter ... More addition to the photo girl with ice cream. The girl is related.

fiziskandarz said...

love the vibrant color. there must be so much history at this magnificent building.

Jenny Woolf said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog, and what a lovely picture. I love old train stations and this looks like a specially nice example. It doesn't look as if it has tracks any more, though - pity. Maybe someone will convert it into a house, as often happens in England.

JM said...

This building is very different from ours but, don't ask me why, I think it has everything to do with the railway. It's fantastic and I love it.

Sailor said...

This little train station is much more beautiful than mine! I would love to make this little building my house.