Aztec Ruins National Monument was today's first stop. The visitor's center is actually a house built by Earl Morris in 1920. Morris "borrowed" 800 year old ponderosa pine beams from the ruins to support the new roof.
Not sure what was up with this sign, but couldn't resist the photo op.
railroad museum housed in five stalls of the roundhouse.
Several model dioramas depict life in the old west.
Even if you aren't going to ride the railroad, consider visiting this 12,000 square foot museum. There is no entrance fee.
United Campground of Durango. Site 103 overlooks the railroad. Fees are $44/night including electric and water.