Sitting atop a steep rocky knoll, the 1935 Bain Cabin is a privately-owned cabin built within the Roosevelt National Forest under the parameters of the Forest Service’s Recreation Residence program, which sought to connect people to the national forests via the facilitation of private recreational developments.
The Bergen Park Church is a good example of a Modern Movement building with Rustic-style influences. In 1949, the church acquired the ca. 1885 Soda Creek School schoolhouse, expanding it to meet the needs of its growing congregation.
The Rock Island Snow Plow No. 95580 sits on rails it originally cleared in the 1950s-’80s within the environs of the Limon Heritage Museum, which includes the National Register-listed Limon Railroad Depot.
The South Platte River Bridge is an intact reminder of the historic highway route (variously designated State Highway 8, State Highway 4, U.S. Highway 40 South, and U.S. Highway 24) between Colorado Springs and southern Park County, which was an important transportation corridor long before Euro-American settlement.
The 1909 Truxaw & Kruger Grocery/Seldin’s Cash Grocery is important for housing commercial businesses that contributed to the development of New Raymer as a railroad and market town for the surrounding dryland farming and ranching district.