National and State Register

McElroy Barn

Grand County

Completed as a livery stable in 1904, the walls of the post and beam barn consist of eight inch diameter unhewn logs.  A hay loft exists beneath the steeply pitched gabled roof.

A picture of the barn with wood gabled roof that each have a sign that says "LIVERY AND FEED" painted on them. Above the barn is a small tower in the center with log walls below.

McElroy Barn (2004 photograph.)

Initially, Henry McElroy’s livery and feed operation served the increasing population brought about by the coming of the railroad.  The barn was the center of activity in Kremmling’s early days.