Boreas Pass Road, Pike National Forest, northwest of Como National Register - designated 10/28/1993 Located at 11,481 feet above sea level on Boreas Pass, the 1882 section house was once home to the crew of the Denver, South Park & Pacific Railroad and their families. Now fully rehabilitated, the section house is available for ski lodging in the winter and as an interpretive area in the summer months.
COMO ROUNDHOUSE, RAILROAD DEPOT & HOTEL COMPLEX
Sixth St. National Register - designated 5/20/1983 The stone roundhouse, brick hotel, and wood frame depot date to the 1880s and served the Denver, South Park & Pacific Railroad line. Ongoing rehabilitation efforts will ensure that these fine examples of early narrow-gauge railroad buildings remain available for future generations to enjoy.
Spruce St. National Register - designated 6/30/2000 The 1883 elementary school now serves as the Como Community Center, while the fully-furnished 1920s high school is a museum. Both buildings have been carefully restored by the community.