Bimson Blacksmith Shop

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Bimson Blacksmith Shop
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Southern and eastern sides of the building
Bimson Blacksmith Shop is located in Colorado
Bimson Blacksmith Shop
Nearest city Berthoud, Colorado
Coordinates 40°18′21″N 105°4′32″W / 40.30583°N 105.07556°W / 40.30583; -105.07556Coordinates: 40°18′21″N 105°4′32″W / 40.30583°N 105.07556°W / 40.30583; -105.07556
Area less than one acre
Built 1893
Architect Alfred G. Bimson
Architectural style Other
Governing body City of Berthoud
NRHP Reference # 81000185[1]
Added to NRHP July 23, 1981

The Bimson Blacksmith Shop was constructed in 1893 by Alfred G. Bimson as the first blacksmith shop in Berthoud, Colorado, USA. He designed and built the building out of native Lyons sandstone. The shop remained open until 1943.

The building is currently being used by the Berthoud Historical Society to house the Little Thompson Valley Pioneer Museum.[2]

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National Register of Historic Places listings in Larimer County, Colorado

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