Month: April 2011

CC Field Trip

Company Housing

With most of the lost city’s major structures having been explored we turned our attention to the collection of small…
CC Field Trip

A Bit of Class

After leaving the old hotel behind there remained yet another rather large wood framed building to explore. While not as…
CC Field Trip

The Hotel

While the stone buildings we have thus far explored are incredible, the most impressive of all the structures still standing…
CC Field Trip

The Old Shop

We moved on from the massive remains of the old store and warehouse and continued along those odd paved paths…
CC Field Trip

A Limestone Beauty

We made our way down off the bluff and emerged onto an open field surrounded by the remains of the…
CC Field Trip

The Lost City

After leaving the old Hanka home we headed south, making our way through the vast forests of the peninsula’s interior…
Locations

A Stop at the Hanka’s

After visiting the old Askel fire tower, we decided to continue on down the road and make a stop at…
Locations

The Tower

Northwest of Baraga near the shores of Otter Lake stands this iconic tower, probably the last of its type still…
Baraga

Along the Bay

While the ore docks never materialized along Keweenaw Bay, the lighthouse at Sand Point was able to provide an important…
Baraga

Sand Point Cribs

The location which we find the Sand Point lighthouse today is actually several hundred feed further inland then it had…
Baraga

Sand Point Lighthouse

Though geographically tied to the copper country, Keweenaw Bay was more closely linked to the distant mines of the Marquette…
Calumet

An Oak Street Map

With our arrival to the Mineral Range depot at 9th street we have completed our Oak Street tour, and have…