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Abandoned 1800s Coal Mining House in the Del Agua Canyon, Gulnare area of southern Colorado. Fine Art Photography by Barbara Chichester Gulnare was settled in the late 1800's. Supposedly the town was named for a champion Hereford: Lady Gulnare. She was brought over from Europe specifically to put new blood into the local cattle industry. Gulnare was a reasonably prosperous ranching and farming area as long as the big coal mines were running. In September 2001, the main road through Gulnare (CR 43.7) was incorporated into the Scenic Highway of Legends. This is the Apishapa River Valley, one of the most beautiful and pristine places in southern Colorado. (Sangres.com).
State Highway 12, also known as the Highway of Legends, in the U.S. state of Colorado is a mountainous state highway through the Rocky Mountains in southern Colorado. The route travels from La Veta through the mountains to Trinidad. It is included in the Colorado Scenic and Historic Byways system and runs through the San Isabel National Forest. (wikipedia)
February 6th, 2013
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