Most People Have No Idea This Sunken City In Colorado Even Exists

Even before becoming a state in 1876, the Colorado Territory had seen its fair share of abandoned towns, a rise and fall in mining, and even several floods that changed the course of history. However, to see all of the above is something truly one-of-a-kind and makes the story of Montgomery all the more unique.

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To experience even more historic Colorado towns, take This Haunting Road Trip Through Colorado Ghost Towns.