My Known Images:
Lee Mine {aka Lee Shaft; Lee-Isabella; Isabella Mine}
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This view is dated 1934 by whoever wrote the title on the backside of the image, where it is also stamped with the name of the photographer. I think the man stood at the Buena Vista dump/mine, on the north slope of Bull Hill, with Bull Cliffs visible in right background, and by pointing his camera southeast got this view with the headframe of the Isabella Mine's Lee Shaft, and its Ore-bin to the left, where there also is a side-spur in a switchback type of run down from the old Golden Circle mainline, but by now standard gauged by the Midland Terminal.
   First leg of the switchback is seen behind the headframe, and going down from right to left, and then the lower leg of it can be seen coming down a curve about center of view right/left and a little above middle top/down, where it goes down to the Ore-bin seen left of the Headframe.
   In the background is seen what is left of the Victor Mine, a dump and a crib-wall is seen along the skyline just up from the Lee shaft ore-bin, the old mainline of the Golden Circle used to run on the right-and side of that cribbing.
Media Info Last Updated:
14.11.2017 (16:59:26)
Title on Image:
North Slope of Bull Hill - Showing Isabella Property (Bull Cliffs at Right)
Photographer [Date]:
Harry L. Standley [1934]
Description:
This view is dated 1934 by whoever wrote the title on the backside of the image, where it is also stamped with the name of the photographer. I think the man stood at the Buena Vista dump/mine, on the north slope of Bull Hill, with Bull Cliffs visible in right background, and by pointing his camera southeast got this view with the headframe of the Isabella Mine's Lee Shaft, and its Ore-bin to the left, where there also is a side-spur in a switchback type of run down from the old Golden Circle mainline, but by now standard gauged by the Midland Terminal.
graphic for visual presentation of text First leg of the switchback is seen behind the headframe, and going down from right to left, and then the lower leg of it can be seen coming down a curve about center of view right/left and a little above middle top/down, where it goes down to the Ore-bin seen left of the Headframe.
graphic for visual presentation of text In the background is seen what is left of the Victor Mine, a dump and a crib-wall is seen along the skyline just up from the Lee shaft ore-bin, the old mainline of the Golden Circle used to run on the right-and side of that cribbing.
Image Note:
My Collection; Photographs.
Source, Internet (Found/Seen/Known):
Source ID, My Collection:
P-02361
Type/Category [Media ID]:
Photograph/Image [#249]
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www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/01main/all_known_entities/pics_list-evry1_sort-newtop.php#249