Legends of America Photo Prints | Ludlow Area

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The abandoned town of Ludlow, Colorado was once a flourishing railroad and coal-mining town made famous by the nearby Ludlow Massacre in 1914.

Ludlow, located about 12 miles north of Trinidad, began sometime in the 1890s and a post office was established in 1896.

Aguilar, CO - Old Buildings

Aguilar, CO - Old Buildings

Denver, CO - 1913-14 Miners Strike

Denver, CO - 1913-14 Miners Strike

Forbes, CO - After Burning, 1914

Forbes, CO - After Burning, 1914

Forbes, CO - After the burning, 1914

Forbes, CO - After the burning, 1914

Forbes, CO - Slain Miner, 1914

Forbes, CO - Slain Miner, 1914

Hastings, CO - Buildings

Hastings, CO - Buildings

Hastings, CO - Coke Ovens

Hastings, CO - Coke Ovens

Hastings, CO - Coke Ovens

Hastings, CO - Coke Ovens

Hastings, CO - Mine Explosion Memorial

Hastings, CO - Mine Explosion Memorial

Hastings, CO - Mine Tailings and Building

Hastings, CO - Mine Tailings and Building

Hastings, CO - Mining Camp

Hastings, CO - Mining Camp

Ludlow, CO - Antelope

Ludlow, CO - Antelope

Ludlow, CO - Building Ruins

Ludlow, CO - Building Ruins

Ludlow, CO - Building Ruins - 2

Ludlow, CO - Building Ruins - 2

Ludlow, CO - Buildings

Ludlow, CO - Buildings

Ludlow, CO - Business Building

Ludlow, CO - Business Building

Ludlow, CO - Business Building Side

Ludlow, CO - Business Building Side

Ludlow, CO - Business Buildings

Ludlow, CO - Business Buildings

Ludlow, CO - Business Buildings - 2

Ludlow, CO - Business Buildings - 2

Ludlow, CO - Coal Mine Tailings

Ludlow, CO - Coal Mine Tailings