Warehouse

Calumet & Hecla Mine

…and Everything in its Place

The C&H Mine was an entity that existed for nearly a century, its size and scope ebbing and flowing through…
Calumet & Hecla Mine

A Place For Everything…

A company of the size and scope of C&H required an incredible amount of resources each and every day. These…
Houghton

Down by the Docks (p7)

The Houghton waterfront of today looks far different then it did a century ago, as today the majority of the…
Houghton

Down by the Docks (p6) – The Warehouse District

The first railroad to find its way to Houghton was the Marquette, Houghton and Ontonagon Railroad, which in 1883 built…
C&H Mills

The Survivors

Once the south side of Lake Linden was home to a sprawling industrial complex of massive buildings, miles of criss-crossing…
Mines

The Opechee

According to legend, the Robin was a bird in search of purpose who found his calling in his unique ability…
Delaware Mine

A Delawarehouse

Leaving the old Delaware fissure behind we continued on down the road towards the Conglomerate Mine – known today for…
Atlas Powder Company

Warehouse Row

Though used as a commuter train for Atlas employees, the Copper Range trains also delivered the wide range of exotic…
Mineral Range Railroad

Back to the Junction

Today I’m feature a collection of old photos generously submitted by one of our readers – Gordy Our journey along…
Calumet & Hecla Mine

Industrial Core

looking across the industrial core in Calumet Sandwiched between the towns of Red Jacket (later Calumet) and Laurium was an…
Mineral Range Railroad

Arcadia Junction

an old rusted railroad sign that once signaled the upcoming Arcadia junction and siding The Arcadian Copper Company thought they…