Boulder Railroad Depot
The Boulder Railroad Depot is a retired train depot in Boulder, Colorado. It was originally built in 1890 in downtown Boulder to serve as a depot for the Union Pacific railroad. The depot was built in a modified Richardson Romanesque style from native Boulder County stone. The depot operated as a train station at its original location until 1957, when a new depot opened and replaced it.
The depot was purchased by a bus company and it functioned as a bus transit terminal until 1973, when the Boulder Jaycees' purchase saved it from demolition; it was moved it to a location near the original Boulder County, Colorado Fairgrounds. The efforts of the Boulder Jaycees and Historic Boulder, Inc. were instrumental in preserving the structure.
In October 2008, the City of Boulder and the Colorado Regional Transportation District moved the depot again, this time to the site of a new, transit-oriented development on the east side of 30th Street.
In December 2015, the depot reopened as a restaurant and bar named Roadhouse Boulder Depot, part of the Boulder Junction at Depot Square development.
|Preceding station||Union Pacific Railroad||Following station|
|Terminus||Denver – Boulder||
- Monica Pratt. "It's Not the Train but the Station That Is Leaving". ersi. Retrieved 2012-12-15.
- Vanessa Miller (2008-10-01). "Depot stalls traffic, nears new home". Colorado Daily. Archived from the original on 2008-11-21.
- "Try Roadhouse Boulder Depot | 5280". 5280. 2016-01-04. Retrieved 2018-08-28.
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