This might just be the most desolate alley in Denver. Under the Evans Avenue Bridge and a stone’s throw from the railroad tracks, this is an absolutely forgotten urban place, complete with the requisite tires, mattresses and beer bottles amidst the waist-high tumbleweeds. Most of Denver’s 4,000 alleys have been paved, and there are plans […]
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