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Lexington
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I've seen this image used three times, for this card and another postcard where there are a couple of extra millimeters visible on the right-hand side, plus I've seen it used in a postcard folder.
   The view is from the railroad side of the Mary McKinney mine, showing several box cars parked on sidings nearby and at the mine itself. It also shows part of Anaconda at right-hand side about 1/3 up from bottom, the part that survived the 1904 fire, as I see no signs of structures at left side of image, and I believe there should been visible something there if the town was still there.
   The tracks in the foreground belong to the Midland Terminal, but the Mary McKinney mine was once served by dual gauge as the F. & C.C was also having a spur to the mine, entering in from left-hand side, running parallel with the Shaft House to serve that and the coal bins at the power plant seen with all those smokestacks to the right of the shaft-house.
   Behind the smokestacks of the Power House of the Mary McKinney you can see the Ore House of the Anaconda Mine, located down by the F. & C.C. yard in Anaconda, but image is too bad to really make out any details. Which is sad, as up on Gold Hill seen in the background, there is seen the Shaft House of the Anchoria-Leland about 1/4 in from right-hand side and about same from top, with the Ore-House and trestle of the Lexington Mine seen just to the right of the Anchoria-Leland.
   Or even more sad, there is visible a mill on the hill side above the Low Line grade, seen about  1/3 down from top and 1/7 in from right-hand side, a mill I believe might be known as Anaconda Mill, but I might be mistaken where that mill was located as info been a little scarce, but it fit the location of west slope Gold Hill.
Media Info Last Updated:
04.04.2018 (23:46:35)
Title on Image:
#574; Mary McKinney Mine, Cripple Creek District
Photographer [Date]:
Julia Skolas
Description:
I've seen this image used three times, for this card and another postcard where there are a couple of extra millimeters visible on the right-hand side, plus I've seen it used in a postcard folder.
graphic for visual presentation of text The view is from the railroad side of the Mary McKinney mine, showing several box cars parked on sidings nearby and at the mine itself. It also shows part of Anaconda at right-hand side about 1/3 up from bottom, the part that survived the 1904 fire, as I see no signs of structures at left side of image, and I believe there should been visible something there if the town was still there.
graphic for visual presentation of text The tracks in the foreground belong to the Midland Terminal, but the Mary McKinney mine was once served by dual gauge as the F. & C.C was also having a spur to the mine, entering in from left-hand side, running parallel with the Shaft House to serve that and the coal bins at the power plant seen with all those smokestacks to the right of the shaft-house.
graphic for visual presentation of text Behind the smokestacks of the Power House of the Mary McKinney you can see the Ore House of the Anaconda Mine, located down by the F. & C.C. yard in Anaconda, but image is too bad to really make out any details. Which is sad, as up on Gold Hill seen in the background, there is seen the Shaft House of the Anchoria-Leland about 1/4 in from right-hand side and about same from top, with the Ore-House and trestle of the Lexington Mine seen just to the right of the Anchoria-Leland.
graphic for visual presentation of text Or even more sad, there is visible a mill on the hill side above the Low Line grade, seen about 1/3 down from top and 1/7 in from right-hand side, a mill I believe might be known as Anaconda Mill, but I might be mistaken where that mill was located as info been a little scarce, but it fit the location of west slope Gold Hill.
Image Note:
My Collection; Postcards.
Source, Printed Items (Found/Seen in/Known):
  • no. 4; Souvenir Postcard Folder called VICTOR and CRIPPLE CREEK DISTRICT Souvenir Folder - "Greatest Gold Camp on Earth" - Published in ????.
  • Postcard; Published by H.H.T. Co.; Numbered 574, titled Mary McKinney Mine, Victor, Colorado - Published in ????.
Source, Internet (Found/Seen/Known):
Source ID, My Collection:
P-00469
Type/Category [Media ID]:
Photograph/Image [#279]
Shareable Link to Pic Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/01main/all_known_entities/pics_list-evry1_sort-newtop.php#279
This view of Trolley No. M-105, heading for Cripple Creek on the Low Line, is taking just after passing Alamo Junction where there was a side spur for steam trains up to the Index mine ore house. At one time, there was a plan to extend the track up a siding along the Moon-Anchor mine, as far as I know this never happen though - only a road ever went there. Up near top of view, above the Trolley, is seen first the shaft house of the Rittenhouse Mine, then the Short Line grade climbing Gold Hill and then the shaft house and orehouse of the E. Porter-Gold King mine is seen with its cupola plainly poking up of the roof. Near upper left is seen a bad view of the Lexington Mine – easy to pick up due to the long trestle to the quite large ore house of that operation. A water-tank is seen left of that mine.
Media Info Last Updated:
30.03.2018 (13:41:37)
Title on Image:
Trolley on Low Line About 1905
Photographer [Date]:
Unknown
Description:
This view of Trolley No. M-105, heading for Cripple Creek on the Low Line, is taking just after passing Alamo Junction where there was a side spur for steam trains up to the Index mine ore house. At one time, there was a plan to extend the track up a siding along the Moon-Anchor mine, as far as I know this never happen though - only a road ever went there. Up near top of view, above the Trolley, is seen first the shaft house of the Rittenhouse Mine, then the Short Line grade climbing Gold Hill and then the shaft house and orehouse of the E. Porter-Gold King mine is seen with its cupola plainly poking up of the roof. Near upper left is seen a bad view of the Lexington Mine – easy to pick up due to the long trestle to the quite large ore house of that operation. A water-tank is seen left of that mine.
Image Note:
My Collection; Postcards.
Source, Printed Items (Found/Seen in/Known):
  • Postcard; Published by Sanborn; Numbered X2227 - Published in ????.
Source, Internet (Found/Seen/Known):
Source ID, My Collection:
P-00225
Type/Category [Media ID]:
Photograph/Image [#12]
Shareable Link to Pic Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/01main/all_known_entities/pics_list-evry1_sort-newtop.php#12