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SHOT 10/12/18 1:52:57 PM - Some of the infrastructure left over from a silver mine in Creede, Co. Creede was the last silver boom town in Colorado in the 19th century. The town leapt from a population of 600 in 1889 to more than 10,000 people in December 1891. The Creede mines operated continuously from 1890 until 1985, and were served by the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad. (Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2018)

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SHOT 10/12/18 1:52:57 PM - Some of the infrastructure left over from a silver mine in Creede, Co. Creede was the last silver boom town in Colorado in the 19th century. The town leapt from a population of 600 in 1889 to more than 10,000 people in December 1891. The Creede mines operated continuously from 1890 until 1985, and were served by the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad. (Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2018)