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Silver Plume is a Statutory Town located in Clear Creek County, Colorado, United States. Silver Plume is a former silver mining camp along Clear Creek in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. The federally designated Georgetown-Silver Plume Historic District comprises Silver Plume, the neighboring town of Georgetown, and the Georgetown Loop Historic Mining & Railroad Park between the two towns. The town population was 170 at the 2010 census. Wikipedia
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Vapeurs Américaines suite SHAY à Silver Plume 2001
Shay à Silver-Plume en 2001 . Elles étaient encore au " Georgetown Loop Railroad " " http://georgetownlooprr.com/ "
14 Best Things to Do in DENVER, Colorado (By a Local)
A Denver local's list of 14 things to do in Denver, Colorado when you visit (in 2022). Covers all the top sites, activities & attractions ...
RAW AND UNCUT! | Griffin Monument and 7:30 Mine Trail | Silver Plume, Colorado
Bonus Video!! So this is the RAW & UNCUT just us climbing (Griffin Monument and 7:30 Mine trail) back from May. Straight from ...
morning near Silver Plume CO. headed out
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Abandoned Ghost Town - Silver Plume Colorado
Silver Plume is an Abandoned Ghost Town tucked into a narrow canyon a little over 9000 feet in altitude. It's just a few miles from ...
Colorado Vacation Vlog: Loveland, Silver Plume, and Denver
3 airports. 6 friends. A cabin. 4 days of boarding. A whole lot of shenanigans. Colorado with friends 2019 was freaking RAD.
Fun Things to Do in Denver, Colorado
Have you been to Denver, Colorado? What are some of your favorite sights and attractions in the Mile High City? Feel free to ...
Snow storm in Silver Plume, CO
I was stranded on the mountain, beyond the pine trees were more mountains that were obscured by the heavy snow.
Silver Plume CO To Eisenhower Tunnell
Silver Plume residents say weekend traffic is out of control
As our Colorado continues to grow, some of our mountain towns are experiencing heavy traffic like never before.