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Where in Fort Collins

Where in Fort Collins

Another image provided courtesy of Captain Bevo. Can you guess not only what building this is in, but what the business is?

Introducing Daryle, Another new Guest Authors

Many of you may know Daryle Dickens. He is a local writer, and recently produced the FortCollinsNoun blog. He has decided to shut that blog down, but has graciously offered the content of his blog to Lost Fort Collins. Over time, I will release that content as new posts. He does have some good tidbits. […]

Fort Collins Place: 100 West Oak Street in Old Town

Terence’s Note: This post was originally on FortCollinsNouns

A few months back I came across the Scouting New York blog and ever since it has been one of my favorite reads. Always full of places and things that most people overlook in and around New York City. Because of that blog I’ve begun to take […]

Introducing Jamie, our New Guest Author

While the Gettin’s Good

LFC’s focus on the not-too-distant past hits a mark I think many places miss in their history-gathering efforts.

I like that.

To me, history happened yesterday and this morning. If we’re not careful to pay attention to the details of the present, we’ll lose important insight into the people and events […]

Welcome to the New Lost Fort Collins

Welcome to the new home of Lost Fort Collins. I have worked hard to get this new blog up and running as fast as I could. I hope you will find it just as informative as the old blog. I will be making a few additions to the blog over time, including replacing the rotating […]

Lost Fort Collins to get a Facelift

Over the next few days, I am going to be giving Lost Fort Collins a facelift. There isn’t anything really wrong with the current look, but I am also moving the blog to a self hosted site, where I can place more controls on content and such. In the process of doing this, there is […]

Public Service Building

Midway through demolition

There is a significant change going on to the old Public Service Building on North Meldrum. Originally built as the Public Service Company building in 1972 (undoubtedly replacing some nice looking homes), most recently this building house a series of engineering companies. In 1993, RBD, a local engineering company purchased and […]