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Leadville & Twin Lakes Galleries, Antiques, Craft & Gifts Directory - The inspiring beauty of the Leadville & Twin Lakes areas of Colorado has inspired many great artists to make their homes here. Visit a gallery or studio or a unique mountain gift shop.


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Leadville Train
Leadville Train - PO Box 916; Leadville, CO; 81211
phone: 719-486-3936; fax: 719-486.0671
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Winding through this colorful tapestry is the Leadville, Colorado & Southern Railroad. Originating in "the highest incorporated city in North America," the LC&S takes passengers along the old Denver, South Park & Pacific and Colorado & Southern lines to the Continental Divide. This journey is full of breath-taking panoramas and humorous narratives about Leadville's colorful past.

Leadville, Colorado Historic Walking Tour -
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Leadville contains one of Colorado's largest National Historic Landmark District, consisting of over 70 square blocks, which was designated by Congress in 1966. It’s a beautiful and interesting area for a short walk anytime of year. This virtual tour is a brief peek into the history of some of the district’s more interesting buildings.

National Mining Hall of Fame & Museum
National Mining Hall of Fame & Museum - P.O. Box 981; Leadville, CO; 80461
phone: 719-486-1229; fax: 719-486-3927
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A monument to the men and women who pioneered the discovery, development and processing of our nation's natural resources. Mining's colorful history is showcased throughout the facility, which is the only federally-chartered non-profit national mining museum. Called the ‘Smithsonian of the Rockies’, the exhibits are numerous and fascinating.

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