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Union Bell
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This cropped view is from a photo by A.J. Harlan, showing the Morning Glory mine up close. The two smokestacks seen in lower foreground belong to that mine. The railroad fill seen along the bottom of this view belongs to the Low Line, with the side spur up the Index mine climbing the hill below the little shaft house of the Union Bell mine almost at center of view.View of the Union Bell Mine, Up on Gold Hill.
Photo by: Andrew James Harlan
Cropped view of a PPLD photo; Image Number 402-6, Courtesy of the Pikes Peak Library District.
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Media ID: 13
Id No. (Mine / 1902 map):
68
Type:
Vertical Shaft Mine
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Location:
Gold Hill
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    Destroyed in Open Pit
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