The former headquarters of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company is now the state’s 26th National Historic Landmark, joining locations such as Bent’s Old Fort, the Cripple Creek Historic District and the Ludlow Tent Colony Site.
The designation recognizes the role CF&I played in American economic and labor history.
CF&I’s 2.6-acre administrative complex lies on the west side of Interstate 25 on Canal Street in south Pueblo. It was the center for the vast steel making and mining operation that employed tens of thousands of workers in its heyday.
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