Boiler Houses

Copper Country Heritage Guide - Types

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Calumet Mill Boiler House

Calumet Mill Boiler House

Calumet – This large brick building is all that remains of C&H’s first stamp mill, built on the shore of Calumet Lake just north of the old mine site.

North Kearsarge No. 1

North Kearsarge No. 1

Kearsarge – Massive rock piles and a scattering of ruins are all that remains of the town’s namesake found just north of town.

North Kearsarge No. 3

North Kearsarge No. 3

Kearsarge – Though not nearly as productive as its younger brother, the No.3’s legacy is the unique hillside ruins of its sprawling surface plant.

Quincy No.2

Hancock – Built in 1908 to replace an earlier wood structure, this five story steel monstrosity represented a Copper Country at its peak, utilizing the most advanced and efficient mining methods available at the time.

Superior Boiler House

Calumet – This massive sandstone building originally housed a sprawling collection of boilers required to power the monstrous Superior steam engine once housed next door.