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Phantom Canyon Road, Gold Belt National Scenic Byway, Colorado, August 26, 2004

Phantom Canyon Road, Gold Belt National Scenic Byway, Colorado, August 26, 2004

Phantom Canyon Road is a scenic road that connects Cañon City and Victor. The road goes through Phantom Canyon. The road has two tunnels and elevated bridges. It has many camp locations. It was originally the route of a railroad that connected Florence and Cripple Creek. The route contains many narrow roads and high wooden bridges. The road is unpaved.  (Wikipedia)

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