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    • Broadcasting Station, Tiny Town, Colo.

    • View over the one-sixth scale broadcasting station with KFEL radio towers, Tiny Town, Turkey Creek Canyon, Jefferson County, Colorado. The miniature village was created by George Turner and opened to the public in 1920. The large adobe pueblo in...
    • Sanborn (Colo.)
    • [between 1927 and 1937]
    • Tiny Town

    • View of Tiny Town, in Turkey Creek Canyon, Jefferson County, Colorado, includes George Turner's estate ("Crow's Nest"), and the miniature village he opened to the public in 1920. Several automobiles with sightseers park in front of the one sixth...
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    • 1925
    • Turner's Tiny Town, near Indian Hills, Colo.

    • View over the one-sixth scale buildings of Tiny Town, Turkey Creek Canyon, Jefferson County, Colorado. The buildings, which represent famous buildings from Colorado history, include Turner Fireproof Warehouse with trademark globes, pool hall,...
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    • 1925
    • Turners Tiny Town, near Mt. Morrison, Colo.

    • View over Tiny Town's business district, Turkey Creek Canyon, Jefferson County, Colorado, shows the one sixth scale town made up of a business district with: "Ford Garage," "Pine Crest Grocery," "Barber Shop," with pole, "Pool Hall," Turner...
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    • 1925
    • Tiny Town

    • Moving company owner, George Turner, poses with friends on Main Street of Tiny Town, Turkey Creek Canyon, Jefferson County, Colorado. Buildings include a gas station, a replica of his warehouse, complete with its trademark light globes, grocery,...
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    • [between 1917 and 1921]
    • Tiny Town

    • A one sixth scale riverboat, the S.S. Columbine, floats in a dammed lake created with water diverted from South Turkey Creek in Tiny Town, Jefferson County, Colorado. Moving company owner George Turner built the miniature village and opened it to...
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    • [between 1920 and 1930]
    • Tiny Town

    • View of the one-sixth scale library and twin spired church with rock lined walkways in Tiny Town, Turkey Creek Canyon, Jefferson County, Colorado. The miniature village was created by George Turner and opened to the public in 1920.
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    • [between 1928 and 1935]
    • Tiny Town

    • The Tiny Town Special, a scaled steam engine, pulls passengers in open bench seat cars around the village of Tiny Town, Turkey Creek Canyon, Jefferson County, Colorado. Other visitors stand next to their automobiles in parking lot under a sign:...
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    • [between 1928 and 1935]
    • Tiny Town

    • Pop Goddard poses on engine No. 101 Tiny Town Special Railroad, Tiny Town, Turkey Creek Canyon, Jefferson County, Colorado. Children passengers peer out of coaches behind the Coors freight car. The train is parked in front of a residential area in...
    • Fisher, Theodore.
    • 1942
    • Tiny Town

    • View over the deteriorated buildings of Tiny Town Turkey Creek Canyon, Jefferson County, Colorado. Moving company owner George Turner built the miniature village and opened it to the public in 1920.
    • Modig, John.
    • October, 1987
    • Tiny Town

    • Jerald Lee Fitzmier poses next to the corner store in the business district of Tiny Town, Turkey Creek Canyon, Jefferson County, Colorado. Radio towers and a Dutch windmill show in background. The miniature village is built at one-sixth size scale...
    • Rocky Mountain News.
    • July 8, 1947
    • Tiny Town

    • Several visitors look over a fence at the one-sixth scale buildings of Tiny Town, Turkey Creek Canyon, Jefferson County, Colorado. Town include a business district, radio tower, gas station and residences. The Tiny Town Express comes along the...
    • Fisher, Theodore.
    • 1942
    • Tiny Town

    • View of the one-sixth scale buildings of Tiny Town, Turkey Creek Canyon, Jefferson County, Colorado, includes a business district, gas station, and twin spired church. The miniature village was created by George Turner and opened to the public in...
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    • [between 1928 and 1935]
    • Tiny Town

    • Pop Goddard and a boy, both in overalls pose on engine No. 101 Tiny Town Special Railroad, Tiny Town, Turkey Creek Canyon, Jefferson County, Colorado. Passengers peer out of cars. The train is parked in front of business district with the Central...
    • Fisher, Theodore.
    • 1942

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