Date and time of photograph(s): 6/17/2012 1:00 PM Pan Directions: E => S => W
Description: A New Construction Casino and Hotel in Cripple Creek- it’s design is quite compatible with the historic district. Typical of Cripple Creek- massive buildings on narrow 19 century streets makes photography interesting. The Corvettes are optional.
Date and time of photograph(s): 5/11/2012 2:10 PM
Pan Directions W => NW => N
Description: This view on Teller County Road 1 from Florissant to Cripple Creek is the backside of Mueller State park. It displays the huge granite mountain cores that create many “balancing rocks”. An actual cattle field: if Cows enjoy the view, then these are the happiest ones in Teller County.
Date and time of photograph(s): 5/4/2012 12:20 PM Pan Directions: SE=> S => SW
Description: This building is the original Teller County Jail. Circa 1890, this building held prisoners for over 90 years. Located in Cripple Creek, it has a unique “zoo”-like main cell block. It is fastidiously restored- and reportedly haunted.
Date and time of photograph(s): 6/17/2012 12:42 PM Pan Directions: NNW => NE => ESE
Description: Really stellar shot of road with Pike Peak in the distance. Very little traffic on this road except at mine shift changes. YOUR CAR HERE! The reverse is a large area suitable for parking. NOTE: This is the first time a Camera Map has been approximate: the Mine has moved roads around and Google just hasn’t figured that out yet.
Shot Location:N 38° 44.794’ W 105° 10.505’Elevation: 9523’
Date and time of photograph(s): ): 3/12/2012 3:30 pm Pan Directions NE => N => NW
Description: Bennet Avenue between 3rd and 4th Streets= Downtown Cripple Creek. The street splits in two for this block with Eastbound traffic raised above the Westbound lane. The Elk’s Club to the East ( Right) side of frame is believed by some to be haunted.