This is a former roundhouse in a tiny town of Como, Colorado that I took a drive to find. Unfortunately you couldn't get very close to it but it looked like it was in fairly decent shape. If you view the image larger you can see a couple of old boilers sitting about. I liked the stone construction of the building and the old wooden doors. This is the only narrow gauge roundhouse still standing in Colorado. The railroad that used this was the Denver, South Park, and Pacific Railroad. When I read up on it later it has been restored so that's why it is in decent shape and is on the National register of Historic Places. Good to see they are saving it.