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Wild Horse Mill at Gleason Shaft, Bull Hill in Background
This view is looking at the Wild Horse Mill, or the R. E. A. and A. as it also been named in places. This is located on the north slope of Bull Hill, it is the Gleason shaft of the Wild Horse mine which is the surface structures shown here at the mill, while the original Wild Horse shaft with the horse painted on the side is outside this cropped view at left. Mill was one of the earlier Cyanide Mill operations and seems to have been successful for the most part.
I am not certain which Shaft House is seen against the Sky, on top of Bull Hill almost, as in that area the claims really overlap each other making it a nightmare trying to figure out who has what structure, but indications are that it might be the Grotto claim holding that structure. So, until I have proof it is not the Grotto, I am calling this the Grotto.
I did procure the colored version of this image. Source was grayish, or in common speech black & white. Used an online service and tweaked and worked with image to get what looks best to my eyes at the moment.
Image Note:My Collection; Cropped from 600dpi scan of page 69 in a book named A Picture Story of The Cripple Creek Trip [Dark Green Coverframe]. I did procure the colored version of this image.
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- Page 69; A Picture Story of The Cripple Creek Trip [Dark Green Coverframe] - Published in 1916.
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