NAME: Stoneham
CLIMATE: All four seasons, can be super cold in winter
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Spring, Summer and Fall
COMMENTS: Go East of Ft. Collins on Hwy. 14 for 73 miles or East of Sterling (Logan County) on Hwy 14 for 25 miles. There are a few residents living there and the Post Master at the Post Office is a great source of information on the history of the area.
REMAINS: Some neat old structures and some old foundations.
Stoneham was established around 1876 by a colony of Belgium immigrants along present day Highway 71 a few miles east and north of the present site. A Greeley Tribune article reported that the town was moved in 1889 to a location on the new Burlington rail line. Submitted by: Jay S. Warburton

Looking south along Main street showing the old market (forground) and three other abandoned buildings.
Courtesy Jay Warburton

Believed to be the old livery stable and lumberyard.
Courtesy Jay Warburton

Looking north along Main street. The small brick building next to the Coors sign is the Post Office.
Courtesy Jay Warburton

This small building was thought to be the old jailhouse.
Courtesy Jay Warburton