Citation
Forney Transportation Museum and South Platte River formerly known as the Denver Tramway Power Company powerhouse

Material Information

Title:
Forney Transportation Museum and South Platte River formerly known as the Denver Tramway Power Company powerhouse
Creator:
Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
1 slide : color.

Subjects

Coordinates:
39.755593 x -105.009789

Notes

General Note:
View of the Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI) Building, 1416 Platte Street, in the Highland neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. Shows a refuse container with construction debris, fencing, and a sign in front of a red brick building. There are ladders on the building. The building has a parapet with a corbeled cornice, and three inset corbeled, blind arches delineated by pilasters. A corbeled belt course divides the elevation into two sections. The top portion has circular clerestory windows and a concrete panel that reads, "The Denver Tramway Power Co, 1901." The building was the former Denver Tramway Power Company powerhouse (1901; architects, Stearns and Rogers Co.) and home to the Forney Museum of Transportation. The building was restored and rehabilitated (1998-2000; architects- Mithun Partners, Seattle, WA) for use as a sporting goods store.

Record Information

Source Institution:
Auraria Library
Holding Location:
Auraria Library
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
460160878