Broomfield Denver & Interurban/Colorado & Southern Railway Depot
2201 West 10th Avenue
State Register listed 1/21/2016, 5BF.80
The 1909 Broomfield Denver & Interurban/Colorado & Southern Railway Depot is architecturally significant as a good example of an early twentieth century combination passenger and freight railroad depot with living quarters for the station agent. It served the needs of both the Colorado & Southern, a steam passenger and freight railroad, and its subsidiary, the Denver & Interurban Railroad, an electric intercity line. Colorado & Southern sold the depot for $1 to the Jaycees in 1976, provided the Jaycees relocated the building. It was moved to this location that year. In 1983 it opened as a museum and has provided a local history to the public since. More information (PDF, 5.3MB)
13005 N. Lowell Blvd.
State Register 11/9/1994, 5BF.1
Replacing a 1902 wood frame building, the circa 1920 Westlake School served as an educational and social facility for rural portions of western Adams County through 1990. Primarily housing first through eighth graders, the one-story brick building, with a garden level basement, provided space for five classrooms and a gym. After ceasing operation as an elementary school in the early 1970s, it served first as an alternative school and then a preschool from 1985 to 1990.