Beautiful Mills on our Rivers

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Iasgair
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Beautiful Mills on our Rivers

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I saw Duebel's post on Below the Fulling Mill, and when I see things like that it makes me think of an area well known here in my state. So I e-mailed Martin and shared some pictures with him of a mill here in our mountains, and he suggested that I share these photo's. The actual mill is gone now, but the building that still stands was the compressor station that used a water turbine to drive an air compressor to mine for ore.
I have been to this area in Marble many times and every time I have to stop and see this place, and let me tell you that photo's do not do it justice.
Just my opinion, but this has got to be the most beautiful area in Colorado.

I did this in hoping all of you will share photo's of old buildings on your rivers or lakes and or lochs. I'd love to see them because for one; they are beautiful, and two; I love historical places.

Enjoy the seasonal photo's.
By the way, the fishing isn't bad either.
Spring time
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Run off season
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Summer
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Fall in all it's glory
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Winter scene
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Crikey that building looks a bit precarious :Hide: but the pool below the falls looks mighty fishy?

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Liphook wrote: Tue Apr 30, 2019 1:35 am Crikey that building looks a bit precarious :Hide: but the pool below the falls looks mighty fishy?
The mill was built in 1892, and by 1893 the silver ran out. By 1915, the towns population was only 15. There are still buildings in the town of Crystal, just a short drive from the mill, and people still live there, but only during the summer months. Nice little ghost town.
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That's a very special place indeed! Thanks for sharing it with us!
Greetings from Bamberg
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Absolutely stunning
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Might that be near Marble Canyon?

My wife and I did a bit of exploring around there if it is during 1982.

We had a brand new Kawasaki GPZ 550 loaned to us by Kawasaki Motors Corporation in Santa Monica, LA.

Spectacular scenery.

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what a beautiful place.

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