Dotsero volcano lava flow remnants at Dotsero, Colorado
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Dotsero volcano lava flow remnants at Dotsero Colorado
BNSF 5203 leads a west bound H train near Dotsero, Colorado.
Humming Birds 01 -- Dotsero Colorado
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Union Pacific special east end of Glenwood Canyon, thru Dotsero Colorado part 2
Humming birds 2 -- Dotsero Colorado
Dotsero Taste of Colorado 2011 "Pick Up the Pieces"
Union Pacific Manifest Along the Scenic Dotsero Cutoff in Colorado
Colorado River Overflow in Glenwood Canyon near Dotsero
Turtle Tubing on the Colorado River at Dotsero
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Beyond The Starfish - Dotsero
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Dotsero 2013 Winter Park
DOTSERO/Stephen Watts "Steppin' Outta Th' Boat"
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Dotsero - Steppin' Outta Th' Boat
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Dotsero opening tune Winter Park Jazz Festival 2011
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Someone Like You - Dotsero
Dotsero - Pacific Balcony
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BNSF QDVPVJ Manifest on the Dotsero Cutoff
Dotsero - Jazz Band 4
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dotsero is a census-designated place in western Eagle County, Colorado in the United States. The population as of the 2010 Census was 705. It is located at the confluence of the Eagle River with the Colorado River, along U.S. Highway 6 and Interstate 70, near the head of Glenwood Canyon, approximately 5 miles (8 km) west of Gypsum. The town consists mostly of a cluster of houses and trailers on both sides of the Eagle River.
Dotsero was an important railroad junction point and is located at the southern end of the Dotsero Cutoff of the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad. The northern end of cutoff was named Orestod (Dotsero spelled backwards) near Bond, Colorado.
Ferdinand Hayden published an extensive survey of Central and Southwest Colorado in 1877, and used the location of the town of Dotsero as his "Dot Zero" (reference point) for his survey maps. The station name exists from the construction of the Standard Gauge railroad line to Glenwood Springs in the 1890s.
CurrentlyTennessee Pass lies dormant.
the railroad line to the east from this junction point over
Dotsero is at the confluence of the Eagle and Colorado Rivers in Eagle County.
Dotsero is built at the base of Colorado's most recently active volcano, the Dotsero Crater, which, according to the United States Geological Survey, erupted 4,140 years ago.
The main industry at Dotsero for years consisted of making cinderblocks from the volcano.
The Dotsero community is currently considering incorporation.
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