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T. and B. Sampler [aka Taylor & Brunton Battle Mtn Sampler]
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This view of the Taylor & Brunton Sampler near the Portland Mine, shows the M.T. tracks in the foreground with no signs of the dual gauge tracks with Golden Circle which at one time was located closest to the structure in the center of this view. If that means this photo is before or after I can't tell, all I know is that there is no dual gauge seen here.
Behind the brick structure at right-hand side is seen a stone wall with a railroad car on it, that is on the Golden Circle trackage, and just behind that, on a higher elevation, is the trestle and bridge of the original High Line trolley line where it crosses the roadbed of the Golden Circle and a M.T. track going to the Portland mine Burns shaft ore-houses and grounds, that track would be behind the before mention Golden Circle railroad car on right-hand side.The Taylor & Brunton Sampling Co., Cripple Creek District, Colo.
Photo by: Unknown
My Collection; From page 13 in a 1901 book named Program of Trans-Mississippi Commercial Congress.
Media ID: 169
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Battle Mountain
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        Located along M.T. below the Burns Shaft of the Portland Gold Mining Company.
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