Parallel to I-25, just west of the historic Pueblo steel mill and north of the Steelworks Museum lies the new Steelworks Park. This outdoor interpretive space features large artifacts from the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company (CF&I) including a Davenport Locomotive, two ore carts, 10 and 130 ton ladles, rail rollers, a Karymor merry-go-round, and a life-size bronze sculpture of a steelworker. The park also features interpretive signage, trees, benches and, with your help, gardens. The forefathers and mothers of many modern day Puebloans came to the region from all over the world to work for the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company hoping to provide a better life for their children and grandchildren, many of whom have since grown up to become teachers, police officers, elected officials, and successful business men and women. Adopting a garden at the Steelworks Park will help us preserve their family legacies, while at the same time promote your organization and show your support for the Pueblo community.
Please call the Steelworks Center of the West for information on Enterprise Zone Tax Credit contributions (719) 564-9086. Thank you for your support!
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