Date and time of photograph(s): 3/13/2012 6:20 pmPan Directions W => N => NE
Description: This is the Wheel house of the Gold Coin Mine- in beautiful downtown Victor, CO. If the Steam Punk folks miss this, then they really blew their trip. These 12’ diameter “pulleys” dropped and lifted their cargo on a flat cable to almost one-mile deep. This is truly: Victorian “High-Tech”. You can see the Gold Coin Club at extreme frame right of the main Pan.
Description: The Lake and Gazebo at Green Mountain Falls Colorado. Detail of Gazebo included. A really “hometown” feel, with plenty of parking, and right off the highway (but enough off to excluded 98% of the people wandering around the area) Dress it, and it’s anytown USA.
Date and time of photograph(s): 7/1/2012 9:00AM Pan Directions: NE => N
Description: The Victor Hotel has always been the Victor Hotel, built in 1899, it still has its charm. I recently saw a photo of the lobby taken in about 1904- only the pillar in the middle was the same.
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): 4/27/2012 2:40 PM
Pan Directions NNW => NNE=> NE
Description: Florissant Grange # 420 is the “school house on the prairie” listed on the historical register it is quite well preserved. The interior is Spartan, but not in conflict with its era. Easily dressed to regain it full grandeur.