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Great pictures. At least the buildings NOW look in good shape!


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The dam Store in Loveland, Colo.
Google; Thompson Canyon Dam, Colo

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Damn..thats cool....

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modernization ruined the dam store... cool


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Thanks for the post Steve...Great stuff!


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Originally Posted By: advertologist
modernization ruined the dam store... cool


ditto


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I agree on the modernization, but at least they are still standing.


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If you look at the map, it had to be a little adventurous to drive off into that valley and those hills back at that time. There isn't much there now let alone back then.
Beautiful place!!!


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After last years flood there isn't even a dam anymore I just went to up last Monday and the canyon is still in bad shape all "natural" features of the canyon are gone and it looks more like a city park with a river running through it where they have lined the edges of the river with rock sad how much was lost less than a year ago up there's still a lot of damaged homes sitting empty all along the canyon but overall still a good place to go and visit anytime we get a free day to head out and spend an a day away from home.


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I used to live right there and never knew it existed!


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