Located in the northern part of the state of Colorado and a city in Larimer County, Loveland sits on the Big Thompson River at the eastern part of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains which is in the northern part of Denver. The area was founded during the construction of the Colorado Central Railroad in 1877 that it was then soon populated by unlucky gold miners who then turned to farm. The area was a processing and shipping center for the local farm products such as alfalfa, sugar beets, small grains, vegetables, and others. The city is also home to the manufacturers of toys, electronic equipment, and mobile homes.
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