amyatishkin (amyatishkin) wrote,
amyatishkin
amyatishkin

Постиндастриал


Когда-то нравилось читать книжки про покорение Дикого Запада, потом с удовольствием рассматривать фоты строительства там городов и шахт с хитрыми устройствами. Победа человеческого ума и труда в чистом виде.
А потом цивилизация прошла дальше и покорение стало ненужным.
Здесь немного фот таких мест, фотограф Al Bachman.
Всё сильно кликабельно.


(1) Jail at Animas Forks, 1967.
View of the abandoned jail at Animas Forks (San Juan County), Colorado. Shows a small wood beam building with a window and a door.


(2) Old Carson, St. Jacobs Mine, 1973.
View of the St. (Saint) Jacobs mine in Carson (Hinsdale County), Colorado. Shows a collapsed wooden building, piles of wood debris, and possibly a boiler. A Jeep Grand Cherokee (automobile) is in the distance.


(3) Boilers, San Juan Chief, 1967.
View of rusted boilers in probably the stamp mill of the San Juan Chief Mine in Mineral Point (San Juan County), Colorado. Shows the remains of a frame buildings and rubble.


(4) Atlas Mine and Yankee Boy Basin, Sneffels, 1963.
View of the ruins of the Atlas Mill in Yankee Boy Basin in Ouray County, Colorado. Shows the remains of the mill and a small frame building.


(5) Mtn. King on Red Mtn. at Chattanooga, 1963.
View of the Mountain King mine on Red Mountain in Ouray County, Colorado. Shows an abandoned shaft house and mine buildings.


(6) Capitol City sign, 1972.
View of an abandoned log building in Capitol City (Hinsdale County), Colorado. A modern sign near the building reads: "Site of Capitol City Incorporated 1879."


(7) Tram from Gold Prince to Animas Forks, 1969.
View of the abandoned wooden towers of the aerial tramway that carried ore from the Gold Prince Mine to the mill town of Animas Forks (San Juan County), Colorado.


(8) Shaker table in mill N. of Animas Forks, 1969.
View of a shaker table in an unidentified abandoned mill in San Juan County, Colorado. Shows a rectangular deck with longitudinal riffles used to separate gold from gold ore.


(9) Mill on Henson Creek, 1967.
View of the remains of an unidentified mill on a hillside near Henson Creek in Hinsdale County, Colorado. Shows a tin sided wooden structure and adjacent buildings.


(10) San Juan Chief, Mineral Pt., 1967.
View of a wood and iron flywheel, cam, and pushrods at the San Juan Chief Mine stamp mill near Mineral Point (San Juan County), Colorado.


(11) San Juan Chief stamps, 1967.
View of a wood and iron flywheel, cam, and pushrods at the San Juan Chief Mine stamp mill near Mineral Point (San Juan County), Colorado.


(12) San Juan Chief mill, 1973.
View of the San Juan Chief Mine stamp mill in Mineral Point (San Juan County), Colorado. Shows a badly deteriorated wood frame structure, a log retaining wall, pieces of machinery and rubble.


(13) San Juan Chief mill, Mineral Point, 1967.
View of the partially collapsed wooden stamp mill for the San Juan Chief Mine in Mineral Point (San Juan County), Colorado. Shows a collapsed, rusted metal culvert. A wooden cabin is in the distance.


(14) San Juan Chief mill, 1967.
View of the partially collapsed stamp mill for the San Juan Chief Mine in Mineral Point (San Juan County), Colorado. Shows rusted metal and wood debris. The San Juan Range is in the distance.


(15) Boilers of old Smuggler Mine above Pandora, Marshall Gulch., 1964.
Boilers and debris from the old Smuggler Mine are on a ledge overlooking Bridal Veil Creek, a dirt road, the remains of the Pandora Mill which processed ore for the Union Smuggler Mine, and mine buildings in Pandora (San Miguel County), Colorado.


(16) Marshall Gulch above Pandora, 1964.
View of the Pandora Mill, which processed ore for the Union Smuggler Mine, Bridal Veil Creek, and a dirt road in a gulch near Pandora (San Miguel County), Colorado. Mine buildings in Pandora are in the distance.


(17) Leadville, Crystal Palace Hotel, 1969.
View of the abandoned Crystal Palace Hotel at the corner of Chestnut and Pine Streets in Leadville (Lake County), Colorado. The three story wood building has a balcony, arched windows, French doors, pilasters, and a flat roof with a cornice. The first floor exterior is painted.


(18) Eureka from on top of Sunnyside Mill, 1969.
Aerial view toward the ghost town of Eureka (San Juan County), Colorado. Shows a wooden aerial tramway tower and part of the foundation for the Sunnyside Mine Mill. Abandoned equipment, dirt roads and a cabin are in the distance.


(19) Silverton bank, [between 1950 and 1960?].
View of the Madison Bank in Silverton (San Juan County), Colorado. Shows a two story brick building with a wooden cornice, brackets, and arched windows and doors with radiating voussoirs. A wood building beside the bank has painted signs that read: "Livery Stable" and "Gun Repairs and Leather Goods." Shows a wooden sidewalk and a wood hitching post. Frame buildings in the distance have signs that reads: "Restaurant" and "Dressmaking."


(20) Alley, Silverton, 1964.
View of an alley behind Masonic Lodge #33 in Silverton (San Juan County), Colorado. Shows weathered, wooden houses, and wood and brick buildings.


(21) Masonic lodge, Silverton, 1964.
View of Masonic Lodge No. 33, AF & AM at 1271 Reese Street in Silverton (San Juan County), Colorado. Shows a two story frame building with fish scale imbrication, doors, which include a corner door, with pilasters, entablature and brackets, and a corner window with a pediment.


(22) Hotel, Silverton, 1964.
View of the Avon Hotel at 144 E. 10th Street in Silverton (San Juan County), Colorado. Shows an abandoned, three-story, brick building with arched doors, a covered third story side porch, and a pediment. A sign on the hotel reads "Avon, Rooms."


(23) Aspen, Jerome Hotel, Opera House, once town of 15,000 pop., 1949 July 5.
Aerial view of Aspen (Pitkin County), Colorado. Shows the central business district and houses. Landmarks include the Pitkin County Courthouse, the Wheeler Opera House, and the Hotel Jerome.


(24) Ashcroft, 1964 August.
View of the ghost town of Ashcroft (Pitkin County), Colorado. Shows a broken down wagon and log buildings and cabins.


(25) Ashcroft bldg., 1964 August.
View of the ruins of the Hotel View in the mining town of Ashcroft (Pitkin County), Colorado. Shows a frame building with a false front and partial pediment along the cornice.


(26) Cumberland Basin looking east to notch, 1969.
View of boilers and twisted metal, from the stamp mill for the Cumberland Mine, in a meadow in the Cumberland Basin located in the La Plata Mountains in what was Cumberland (La Plata County), Colorado.


(27) Boilers in Cumberland Basin, to west, 1969.
View of boilers and twisted metal, from the stamp mill for the Cumberland Mine, in a meadow in the Cumberland Basin located in the La Plata Mountains in what was Cumberland (La Plata County), Colorado.


(28) Gold King Mill in La Plata Gulch, 1969.
View of the abandoned Gold King Mill in La Plata County, Colorado. Shows a dilapidated wooden building obscured by trees on a steep hillside.


(29) Bd. house North London Mine, 1969.
View of the abandoned wooden boarding house of the North London Mine in Park County, Colorado. Shows a long wooden building with outhouses attached to the outside wall. A table and a boarded up building are nearby.


(30) Bd. house, N. London Mine, 1963.
View of the abandoned wooden boarding house at the North London Mine in Park County, Colorado. The building has outhouses attached to the outside walls and a wooden cupola on the roof.


(31) North London Mine, 1967.
View of the tramway terminus and tipple building at the North London Mine near the summit of Mosquito Pass in Park County, Colorado. Shows a tramway tower. South Park and mountains are in the distance.


(32) Mill, North London gulch, 1977.
View of the North London Mill in Park County, Colorado. Shows an abandoned wooden building with a stone foundation and tin siding. Debris and machinery litter the ground near the mill.


(33) Old bldg. at Alma, 1972.
View of the abandoned Alma Hotel in Alma, Colorado; shows a two story building with horizontal clapboards, a false front and bracketed cornice accented by a center front gable with fish scale shingles. The Continental Divide is in the distance.


(34) Como, general view, 1967.
View of Como (Park County), Colorado. Houses, the school, the stone roundhouse, railroad depot and the Eating House are in the distance. Shows Little Baldy Mountain in the distance.


(35) Depot, hotel, Como., 1967.
View of the abandoned Colorado and Southern railroad depot and the painted brick Eating House hotel in Como (Park County), Colorado.


(36) Calico, Calif., 1978.
View of the restored silver mining town of Calico (San Bernardino County), California. Shows wood frame buildings, some with false fronts and one with a tower, and a wood and adobe building with a sign that reads: "The Way It Used to Be." A wooden Indian is in front of the building. A sign on the mountain in the distance reads: "Calico."


(37) House top of Boreas Pass, 1967.
View of the abandoned Denver, South Park, and Pacific Railroad Company section house in the ghost town of Boreas on the summit of Boreas Pass in Summit County, Colorado. Shows a building with a cross gable roof and hewn timber outbuildings. Mountains are in the distance.


(38) Eng. Pass, 1964.
View of a dirt road and an abandoned mining mill near Henson Creek in Hinsdale County, Colorado. Mountains and Engineer Pass are in the distance.


(39) Caribou, 1963.
View of the ruins of a stone building in the ghost town of Caribou (Boulder County), Colorado. The building has arched windows. Mine tailings are in the distance.


(40) Cripple Creek, Homestead House, 1978.
View of the Homestead House Museum, formerly a house of ill repute owned by Pearl DeVere, at 353 East Myers Avenue in Cripple Creek (Teller County), Colorado. Shows a two story brick building with a bay window and bracketed cornice. Signs on the building read: "The Old Homestead last of Cripple Creek's Notorious Parlour Houses Now On Display, Guided Tours of 10 Rooms." A fire hydrant is in front of the house.


(41) Burned mill, Ward, 1967.
View of the ruins of a burned ore mill in Ward (Boulder County), Colorado. Shows the stone foundation, the remains of metal processing machinery and burned timbers.


(42) Old buildings, Nevadaville, Colo., 1968.
View of abandoned and deteriorating stone commercial buildings with brick facades in Nevadaville (Gilpin County), Colorado. One of the buildings has a front that has collapsed. Intact buildings include the Odd Fellow's Hall. A one story building has arched windows.


(43) Conqueror boarding house, 1968.
View of the abandoned boarding house for the Conqueror Mines near Empire in Clear Creek County, Colorado. Shows a deteriorating two story wooden buildings with a stone foundation. The building has a covered first story porch, a gabled roof and a dormer.


(44) Mine, Gold Creek, 1967.
View of a mine near the ghost town of Ohio (Gold Creek, Ohio City) in Gunnison County, Colorado. Shows a shaft house and an adjacent building with corrugated tin roofs, a tipple, tailings and a log retaining wall.


(45) Victor, old brick bldg., 1973.
View of stone and brick ruins [probably the Gold Coin Mining and Leasing Company] in Victor (Teller County), Colorado. Shows a stone foundation topped with deteriorating brick walls. A round window is in a section of wall.


(46) Stone powder house, Tomboy, 1964.
View of an abandoned stone powder house at the Tomboy Mine in Tomboy (San Miguel County), Colorado. The ridge of the Savage Basin glacial cirque is in the distance.


(47) Tomboy, 1964.
View of collapsed wood frame building at the Tomboy Mine in Tomboy (San Miguel County), Colorado. Cabins and ponds are in the ghost town and the ridge of the Savage Basin glacial cirque is in the distance.


(48) Tramway above Tabasco, 1967.
View of the abandoned towers of the tramway for the Tabasco Mine in Hinsdale County, Colorado. Mine buildings are in the distance.


(49) Water flume, Tomboy, 1967.
View of a wooden water flume, abandoned mine buildings and mine tailings, in the Savage Basin glacial cirque, at the Tomboy Mine in Tomboy (San Miguel County), Colorado.


(50) Ophir, 1961.
Aerial view of the Howard Fork Valley, houses and abandoned mines and the old Rio Grande Southern railroad trestle in Ophir (San Miguel County), Colorado. Shows a waterfall on the Howard Fork of the San Miguel River below the trestle.


(51) Ophir, station, 1964.
View of the abandoned Rio Grande Southern railroad station in Ophir (San Miguel County), Colorado. The wooden building has a tin roof and boarded-up bay window. The abandoned Oilton Club Saloon is nearby. The building has a gabled roof and a dormer with a salt box gable and a covered porch.


(52) Silver Bell Mine Co., Ophir station, [1954?].
View of a Silver Bell Mine trestle over a dirt road in Ophir (San Miguel County), Colorado. Shows a metal building, probably part of the mill, at one end of the trestles and a sign that reads: "Silver Bell Mines Co." The Rio Grande Southern railroad depot and parked cars are nearby. Mountains are in the distance.


(53) Ophir Canyon, 1977.
View of the Ophir valley in San Miguel County, Colorado. Shows mines on the mountains sides, rock formations, and the Rio Grande Southern railroad bed. The Ophir Needles are in the distance.


(54) Ophir loop, 1954.
View of the town of Ophir (San Miguel County), Colorado. Shows a railroad trestle, the Rio Grande Southern railroad station and some freight cars, the Oilton Club Saloon, houses and a rock formation.


(55) Saloon, Silverton, 1956.
View of the two story wood frame "Red Ash's Saloon" at 1260 Blair Street in Silverton (San Juan County), Colorado. The frame building has painted glass windows and swinging doors. Shows a wooden sidewalk and hitching post.


(56) Twenty mule team wagons, 1978.
A man stands beside a twenty mule team wagon at the abandoned Harmony Borax Works in Death Valley National Park, California. Shows two large wooden wagons with barrels strapped to the side and a large metal tank wagon. The tailings from the borax works are in the distance.


(57) Tramway N. London Mine to mill below, 1967.
View of the mill for the North London Mine in Park County, Colorado. Shows wooden buildings near a steep ridge on Mosquito Pass. Wooden towers of the aerial tramways are on the top of the ridge. Water from melting snow trickles down the slope.


(58) Ore chute on RR near N. London Mine, 1967.
View of an enclosed, elevated tipple used to load ore cars at the North London Mine in Park County, Colorado. Shows wooden buildings, one with a tower.


(59) R.R. ore chute N. London Mine, 1972.
View of abandoned mine buildings at the North London Mine in Park County, Colorado. Shows a building with the remains of an elevated structure and a tipple used to load railroad ore cars.


(60) Ore chute near Hancock, 1971.
View of the ore loading station for the Alley Belle Mine near Hancock (Chaffee County), Colorado. The building has slipped and is tipped precariously over the dirt road. The station is a log building with truncated corrugated tin hip roofs. The wooden ore chute is near the road.


(61) Ashcroft.
View of the abandoned log, box-shaped cabins in the ghost town of Ashcroft, Colorado in Pitkin County. Hillsides are covered with fall foliage colored leaves.


(62) Ashcroft.
View of the dilapidated, horizontal log cabins in the town of Ashcroft, Colorado in Pitkin County. Leaves changing to yellow on Aspen trees in background. Elk Mountains behind the town.


(63) Mill at American City.
A collapsed mill rests in a pile of timbers in American City, Colorado, in Gilpin County.
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