The first right after Goa Way: Exploring a stage station on the Overland Trail

The Overland Stage Station in Virginia Dale as it looks today. (Photo by Brian Cooke.)

by Brian Cooke, History Colorado blogger

On a lonely stretch of highway about 100 miles north of Denver, there’s a sign for a town where no town exists: Virginia Dale, Colorado. There’s a boarded-up post office, a tiny community church, and a Colorado historical site marker that may or may not catch your eye as you drive by on US Highway 287 at seventy-five miles an hour. Continue reading “The first right after Goa Way: Exploring a stage station on the Overland Trail”