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Crestone was incorporated in 1875. This rural mountain town grew from a tent city in the late 1890s to one of the larger, more prosperous towns in the state. By 1901 the Sangre de Cristo Railroad, a subsidiary of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, had a spur to Crestone. Today, the small town is the commercial center of the area, providing services to the community.
Edited by Lynda Kucin Illustrated by James Joseph Roderick The Way Productions, Crestone Colorado The full guide may purchased through Jimmy or Lynda for $10.00 plus shipping... Color photos by Rodney Lee Volkmar (color photos not part of the guide)
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The Town of Crestone