Van Briggle Pottery’s two-story brick and stone structure has stood at the unofficial gateway to Ute Pass and the Highway 24 corridor west for 120 years. But the landmark might soon be replaced, a casualty of declining tourist traffic and the reality of a changing business climate and changing times.
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