National and State Register

Grover Depot (Grover Museum)

Weld County

The Grover Depot, a two-story rectangular frame building with a gable roof, was built in 1887 by the Burlington Railroad Company.

A corner view of the red building with green trim and gabled roof. Two cars are parked in front of the building.

Grover Depot (Grover Museum)

The building is a rare Colorado example of a first generation, two-story railroad depot and may well be the only surviving example of its type in Colorado.  It represents the important role played by rail transportation in the founding, growth, and long-term survival of many Colorado agricultural towns such as Grover.