This is the Bell Diamond mine yard , with random wheels scattered around. I’m not sure what the technical name is for those.
Month: November 2008
This is a photo of the Granite Mountain Memorial at about 4 p.m. today. The memorial is in memory of the miners that died in the Speculator fire. It’s pretty interesting. There are plaques with the newspaper articles about the fire, and some journal entries from one of the miners who died. I recommend checking …
This is a building on E. Park Street, just north of the Belmont Center. The building is boarded up and there’s brick and cinder block scattered around. I’m not sure what the building is for.
This is a view of the Copper King Mansion looking up from the sidewalk, through the fence.
This building houses the Covalite Theatre, and is formerly the First Presbyterian Church. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and you can read part of the plaque below, which was put up by the Montana Historical Society.
This is a building on the south side of W. Broadway Street. The top reads “Buol” So I’m assuming that’s the name of the building. Whoever lives upstairs has an interesting red light glowing out of the window and blue light out of the other.
I think this is the back of the Napton Building, but I’m not totally sure…I’m not sure where the Napton ends and another building begins by looking at the back of the building.
This building is next to the Hennesey Building, and is windowless.
This is the monument where the Miners Union Hall #1 used to be, on N. Main Street. I’m not sure if these bricks are pieces from the actual building or just random stuff…