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Rocky Flats Plant, Vehicle Maintenance Garage & Fire Station, Golden, Jefferson County, CO

Rocky Flats Plant, Vehicle Maintenance Garage & Fire Station, Golden, Jefferson County, CO

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Significance: This building is a primary contributor of the Rocky Flats Plant historic district, and is associated with the U.S. strategy of nuclear military deterrence during the Cold War, a strategy considered of major importance in preventing Soviet nuclear attack. Building 331, originally constructed in 1953, was designed and utilized as a warehouse. When the building became too small for parts storage, it became the Plant's maintenance garage. In 1967, the fire department was added.
Survey number: HAER CO-83-Y
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 97000377



Historic American Engineering Record, creator


Golden (Colo.)39.75554, -105.22110
Google Map of 39.755543, -105.2210997


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