Mai Wah Doorway
This is looking in the window on the Mai Wah Society door on Mercury Street, with a small flashlight pointed in the window.
Funky Little Shack
Last week I took a photo of the barn-looking-shack next to this little house. The entrance is in the alley that runs parallel to Washington St. It’s near the hospital as well. The run-down place has boarded up windows and broken glass above the door (as seen in the first photo), but seems like it …
Old St. James Hospital Archway and Stairs
Revisited-The Old St. James Hospital
This is part of an old door in the back of the Imperial Building (Silver Bow Properties). It’s not purple, I used a tungsten white balance to create the weird color.
Covellite Theater Door
This is a blurry photo of the Covellite Theater. I took about 30 photos. Unfortunately, I only had enough battery power to upload one photo and then my camera went dead! So this is probably not the best photo. I don’t mind that it’s blurry because it gives a creepy feeling, but wish I could …
Inside Trolley #63
I photographed the exterior of the trolley last week, and today Denny Dutton let me in to photograph the interior. I was happy with my exterior shotslooking in the partially opened door, but am gracious to Denny who let me capture these photos. He told me that before the Butte-built trolley was stationed at the …
Hennessy Building Doorway
There is a ton of ornamental detail around the Hennessy Building doorway on Granite Street. I was across the street zooming in to take the photos and had no idea how much detail was there until I uploaded the photos to my computer. The building was built in 1898 and the facade restored in 1989. …
Denny Dutton gave me some information on this trolly (#63), which was built in 1912 in a class of six trolleys. He told me in an e-mail that “The reason there is no door on the corner where the paint has peeled is because it was in a collision with a truck in the early …