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The two buildings which house the remains of this wonderful over 100 years old hydorelectric plant are well designed for the curious visitor. amazing that Mr. Stanley designed and built it to provide power for his hotel and for the city of Estes Park in...更多
Unfortunately we went when the Hydroplant was closed. I wish it would state in their ads, when they are open. From the outside it looked neat and provided a beautiful view along the river!
This is the electric plant for the town of Estes Park and the Stanley Hotel. My father the scientist brought me here. I probably would not have found the site otherwise. Very interesting.
Went on a Wednesday afternoon but no one was available to let us in the buildings. We were lucky enough to have the great grandson of the station engineer with us, so we still had some history of the plant and house where his great...更多
On a whim, we drove the short distance to the Hydroplant from Estes Park one afternoon last week (hours are limited, so check before you go). We are so glad we went! After reading the history on the kiosk as you enter the property, we...更多
If you're tired of the majestic wonder of nature and want something different to do in town. It was smaller than I imagined. But I did get some interesting photos out of the drive and the plant. If you like history or mechanics you will...更多
My husband really loved this self tour and I found it was a very interesting as well as a different type of historic site. It has a pretty amazing history & part in the area's development at the turn of the 20th Century. Very interesting...更多
Located between downtown Estes and the Fall River entrance to RMNP, this is an intriguing stop for history buffs and engineers alike. Free docent-led tours take you through the restored 90+ year-old facilities. While we weren't as curious about the mechanics of the plant as...更多