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Union Bell
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   This view is showing the Morning Glory mine up close. Marked Doctor-Jack Pot Estate in a copy I have from an unknown printed source (as per 07.01.2017) where text visible mention 1904 and eleven years ago, making this issue a 1911 one – hence the date on this view must precede that year. I was extra please the day I found this view also on the PPLD site, making it way better to get a good look at the mines in the background.
   Middle top you see the orehouse and hoist house of the Index Mine, while the small shaft house of the Union Bell is seen about half width towards the right-hand side, with the side spur to the Index seen below the mines, and he railroad fill belonging to the Low Line sort of cutting through the upper part of the Morning Glory smokestacks.
Media Info Last Updated:
11.06.2017 (12:22:31)
Title on Image:
Morning Glory Shaft of the Doctor-Jack Pot.
Photographer [Date]:
Andrew James Harlan
Description:
This view is showing the Morning Glory mine up close. Marked Doctor-Jack Pot Estate in a copy I have from an unknown printed source (as per 07.01.2017) where text visible mention 1904 and eleven years ago, making this issue a 1911 one – hence the date on this view must precede that year. I was extra please the day I found this view also on the PPLD site, making it way better to get a good look at the mines in the background.
graphic for visual presentation of text Middle top you see the orehouse and hoist house of the Index Mine, while the small shaft house of the Union Bell is seen about half width towards the right-hand side, with the side spur to the Index seen below the mines, and he railroad fill belonging to the Low Line sort of cutting through the upper part of the Morning Glory smokestacks.
Image Note:
My Collection; Scanned Negative from an unknown printed source.
Source, Internet (Found/Seen/Known):
Source ID, My Collection:
P-01257 & I-01208
Type/Category [Media ID]:
Photograph/Image [#14]
Shareable Link to Pic Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/01main/all_known_entities/pics_list-evry1_sort-newtop.php#14
While not the greatest quality it is still a nice show of the mining operations in this part of the District, upper Squaw Gulch, or Anaconda Gulch as I've also seen it called.
* In lower left front is a mine often known as the Peggy Mine, with lot of trestle work, large head frame and ore-house. Belonging in 1904/1905 to the Peggy G. M. Company.
* Just above the Peggy is the mining operation of Colorado Boss No. 3 - I think – could be on the Mary McKinney claim, hard to tell. The source text to this image said this is the Sharp lease on the Colorado Boss of the Cripple Creek Consolidated, but claim maps are hard to decode as there is so much overlap.
* All the way to the right-hand side of this view is the Morning Glory No. 4 mine operations. Belonging to the Work company.
Behind the former mention mines is the roadbed of the Low Line electric, also used by Short Line steam trains to serve mines along the line. It curves alongside Gold Hill, and that leads us to the left-hand side of the view, the upper left third part where one see a large fill on the Low Line with part of the spur up the Index mine cutting into the hill – the mine itself is out of view to the left.
There are several mines in this area as well, the top of the ridge hints of some, but the quality is too bad to say anything about them.
Two dumps are seen between the ridge-line and the Low Line roadbed, the left most is the small operation of the Union Bell mine, while the more hidden part near middle of view top, I really do not know at this time of writing [11.01.2017].
Media Info Last Updated:
25.02.2017 (11:18:30)
Title on Image:
Anaconda Gulch, Between Raven and Gold Hills, the Scene of Several Recent Discoveries.
Photographer [Date]:
Unknown
Description:
While not the greatest quality it is still a nice show of the mining operations in this part of the District, upper Squaw Gulch, or Anaconda Gulch as I've also seen it called.
graphic for visual presentation of text* In lower left front is a mine often known as the Peggy Mine, with lot of trestle work, large head frame and ore-house. Belonging in 1904/1905 to the Peggy G. M. Company.
graphic for visual presentation of text* Just above the Peggy is the mining operation of Colorado Boss No. 3 - I think – could be on the Mary McKinney claim, hard to tell. The source text to this image said this is the Sharp lease on the Colorado Boss of the Cripple Creek Consolidated, but claim maps are hard to decode as there is so much overlap.
graphic for visual presentation of text* All the way to the right-hand side of this view is the Morning Glory No. 4 mine operations. Belonging to the Work company.
graphic for visual presentation of textBehind the former mention mines is the roadbed of the Low Line electric, also used by Short Line steam trains to serve mines along the line. It curves alongside Gold Hill, and that leads us to the left-hand side of the view, the upper left third part where one see a large fill on the Low Line with part of the spur up the Index mine cutting into the hill – the mine itself is out of view to the left.
graphic for visual presentation of textThere are several mines in this area as well, the top of the ridge hints of some, but the quality is too bad to say anything about them.
graphic for visual presentation of textTwo dumps are seen between the ridge-line and the Low Line roadbed, the left most is the small operation of the Union Bell mine, while the more hidden part near middle of view top, I really do not know at this time of writing [11.01.2017].
Image Note:
From page 442 in Mining Magazine of May 1905.
Source, Printed Items (Found/Seen in/Known):
  • Page 422; Mining Magazine (Volume 11); May 1905 - Published in 1905.
Source, Internet (Found/Seen/Known):
Source ID, My Collection:
I-00228
Type/Category [Media ID]:
Photograph/Image [#50]
Shareable Link to Pic Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/01main/all_known_entities/pics_list-evry1_sort-newtop.php#50