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Rocky Mountain Weekly News, November 4, 1915.

Foundations at the former site of Dover, Colorado. The Denver-Greeley-Cheyenne road followed closely the Denver Pacific Railway. This was the first railroad to Denver, branching off the 1869 transcontinental railroad at Cheyenne.

The Yellowstone Highway guidebook noted that the motorist could use from Denver either the road through Greeley or Fort Collins. With the increased interest in Rocky Mountain National Park, the 1920 National Park-to-Park Highway chose the Fort Collins route, with a detour west to the park. Note the “Colorado Loop” of the Lincoln Highway.

Estes Park, at the east entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park.

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Yellowstone Highway in Wyoming and Colorado, 1916.