Month: September 2016

Scrapbook

Scrapbook Fridays: Rails New and Old Edition

With our recent look at the old Q&TL rail yards I thought we’d dig into the old mailbag to tell…
Quincy & Torch Lake Railroad

Ten Years a Ruin

CCE has been exploring the Copper Country for ten years now, documenting along the way the ruins and remnants of…
Conglomerate Mill

The Old Mill In the Woods

While beautiful to admire with a serene and relaxing setting, the tumble of water at Haven Falls is in most…
Lac La Belle

More Than Just a Pretty Face

Bete Grise Bay easily provides one of the most awe-inspiring vistas of all the Copper Country – its calm blue waters…
Lac La Belle

Best Laid Plans of Mines and Men

Nestled within a large crook about two-thirds the way up the Keweenaw peninsula sits a large protected cove of Lake…
Calumet

It Stands Alone

At the Copper Empire’s peak the greater Red Jacket area was home to some 30,000 people – an expansive population…