Month: April 2012

Michigan Mine

A Michigan Bat Cage

The old Michigan Mine property is a literal mine field, encompassing the shafts from not only the Michigan, but also…
Centennial Mine

Scrapbook Fridays: Centennial Edition Continued…

This week on scrapbook I feature more old photos of the Centennial No.2 from fellow explorer Paul Meier (thanks again…
Jacobsville

The Church That Time Forgot (p2)

It was nearly 125 years ago that this simple wood-framed church outside of the small quarry town of Jacobsville housed…
Jacobsville

The Church that Time Forgot (p1)

There was a time when Jacobsville was the center of much hustle and bustle, when the surrounding sandstone quarries were…
HD

CC Scrapbook: Vintage Centennial No.2 Edition

We return this week with more great vintage shots from fellow explorer Paul Meier, who has been kind enough as…
Lake Linden

From the Ashes (p9) – Pearce & Company

Last up on our tour of Lake Linden’s fire ravaged downtown is a trio of buildings that occupy a prime…
Lake Linden

From the Ashes (p8) – The Therrian Building

The great fire was a wake up call to Lake Linden, prompting the village to institute new rules and regulations…
Mines

Scrapbook Fridays: Sixties North Kearsarge Edition

This week’s scrapbook is courtesy long time Copper Country Explorer Paul Meier, who’s lucky enough to have seen (and photographed)…
Lake Linden

From the Ashes (p7) – The Lake Linden Hotel

Before moving on to the rest of the masonry commercial blocks to be found along the west side of Calumet…
Lake Linden

From the Ashes (p6) – The Bosch Building

Though cursed by the great fire of 1887, Lake Linden was lucky to have more then one enterprising individuals that…