Colorado Ghost Town Photography - Trinidad, Colorado
Trinidad, at the north end of Raton Pass, has never been a ghost town. It is present here for historical relevance to the surrounding areas.
The downtown area has many original buildings, bridges, railroads, and even red brick roads. There is a downtown opera/theatre house, and all around town are historic markers and items of significance.
Trinidad had much to do with the surrounding areas. It served as a railroad hub, connected to Walsenburg to the north and Raton to the south. Branch spurs went to the abandoned coal towns westward. More info will be placed here soon.