plans, drawings, and construction articles slate & tile 1978 nov/dec c p60 safety standards 1978 nov/dec p p65 farmers bank building; ridgway, co. 8 2006 mar/apr p p54 n-c-o #9 & 10 2006 mar/apr p p68 bodie railway & lumber co. mono mills store 2006 mar/apr p p70 kalka simla railway railcar #14 2006 mar/apr p p80 kauai plantation,collection: bodie state historic park maps and drawings,the first of the bodie archives to be filmed was the series of maps and technical drawings. two rolls of microfilm contain 260 images, dating from about 1879-1934. the bulk of the images are from about 1900-1910. the original drawings consist of maps, plot plans, surveys, and technical drawings of equipment or mining sites.
the new owners erected a twenty stamp mill on the property and changed the name of the claim now known as bunker hill to the standard consolidated company. these new owners took out the enormous sum of $6,396,270. the total production of all mining done in bodie is estimated to be between 95 and 100 million. source:cain, ella m.,,bodie state historic park,the town’s population peaked at 10,000 in 1880, and was back down to 3,000 in 1882, 1,500 in 1887, and into the hundreds soon after. the introduction of cyanide leaching in 1895 extended the life of the standard mine until about 1916. in total, the thirty mines of the bodie mining district had extracted about $100 million worth of gold and
the standard mill,1879. discovery of the standard mine. bodie still has its wicked climate, but with the possible exception of an occasional ghostly visitor, its badmen are all in their graves. between 1860 and 1941, the bodie mining district produced close to $100 million in gold and silver. during those years, gold prices ranged from $20,the bodie stamp mill photograph by mitch shindelbower,no mill at bodie, other than the noonday, adopted the continuous system until the standard mill’s renovation a decade later. combination process. when the standard company renovated its 20-stamp mill in 1890, it adopted boss’s continuous process to augment a new ore treatment method introduced by superintendent arthur macy, a recently hired
streetscape of weathered buildings in bodie... without a little propping up, these outhouses would have blown down in the cold wind. the standard mill processed millions of dollars of gold.. the methodist church, built in 1882, held its last service in 1932.. the,the standard mill,in the dead of winter, at nearly 9,000 feet elevation and likely with 20 feet of snow, they immediately began rebuilding the mill. on february 1, 1899 – just a few months later, the standard mill re-opened. the new mill is also wood framed, but mostly covered with sheets of corrugated steel.
gold and tailings: the standard mill at bodie, california . the standard mill at bodie is significant as an intact example of the 'model california stamp mill' that emerged from the flowering of 19th-century developments in mining and milling technologies in the wake of the california gold rush.,standard stamp mill,i've been a big fan of the standard mill in bodie since i first saw it in the mid-60s. i've gathered up a few pictures, and i was thinking about trying to do some drawings that i could use as plans for a model. well, there's just enough complexity in that structure (or more properly, collection of structures) that it became clear to me that
according to the library, 'the standard mill is significant as an intact example of the 'model california stamp mill' that developed from the flowering of nineteenth-century developments in mining and milling technologies in the wake of the california gold rush. the building represents the standard form of the california stamp mill, and it houses the full array of equipment that exemplified stamp-milling,bodie ghost town (ca),bodie is an enchanting collection of 100 or so ramshackle buildings, a handful of foundations, and countless mining artifacts strewn across a bowl in the eastern sierras. it is, perhaps, the original ghost town and continues to assert its claim as the most authentic. wandering its streets and looking into its buildings through clouded glass…
bodie was originally a mining town from the late 1800’s. what’s left today stands in a state of “arrested decay” . in 1859 william (a.k.a. waterman) s. bodey discovered gold near what is now called bodie bluff. a mill was established in 1861 and the town began to grow. it started with about 20 miners and grew to an estimated 10,000,bodie ghost town - california,the famous cain family was the last remaining property owner in bodie and sold the town in 1962 to the state of california. california then preserved the town and turned it into a state historic park, charging admission of $8 per adult to enter and wander around. the town looks as
the standard mine was the most profitable, yielding nearly $15 million over 25 years. it was this mine’s success that caused the 1878 rush to bodie. what’s left of bodie—about 170 buildings and the standard mill—represents just five percent of what was standing in its heyday. there are no re-creations or restorations here.,ghost town of bodie held in cold grip,6 of 29 7 of 29 show more show less 8 of 29 downtown bodie with the standard stamp mill in the background, which was the first and largest mine in town. bodie…
“bodie’s town & people” module 3 – • listen to cds: assignments • 3.1 cd 1.1 town & people of bodie • 3.2 cd 1.2 stanley paher interview • 3.3 cd 2.1 walter cain interview • 3.4 cd 2.2 bob bell interview • 3.5 cd 3.1 joe lint interview • 3.6 cd 3.2 standard mill tour • 3.7 cd 4.1-2 ghost town walking tour 10 pts,bodie – the most fascinating ghost town you’ll ever visit,the stamp mill tour. the standard stamp mill tour was the the most fun, fascinating, and informative hour we spent in bodie! the history of the town, tales of the citizens and the wild west days of stagecoach robberies, are all part of the tour where we learned
one of the popular myths about bodie—because it makes a great story—is that the green creek power line, built in 1892 to run equipment in the standard mill, was an absolutely straight line. the reason, supposedly, was that its builders were concerned the electricity might jump off the wires and get lost if the line was not straight.,bodie ghost town: a fascinating glimpse into california's,h. the stamp mill: the stamp mill is located at one end of wood street. the entire area is cordoned off at present and is only accessible via guided tours in summer months. the stamp mill belonged to the standard consolidated mining company which was the most successful of the 30 or so mining companies operating in bodie.
the bodie athletic club), standard mill, schoolhouse, methodist church, up on the mining ridge hill, station house and reservoir with the sierra mountain range backdrop, and mcdonald house. we met at the bodie shp parking lot at 6:30am each morning (usually 25f then - and it was often 65f just two hours later!), and would play until around noon,bodie – shootingamerica by jose vh matutina,the standard mill or stamp mill considered to be the most intact mill in california. there’s a guided tour during the summer months for an extra fee to enter the mill. if one plans to visit bodie, i recommend taking up lodging in lee vining, a town located southwest and about 35 miles of travel. although bridgeport is closer, about 24
up in the distance, above the standard stamp mill are remnants of the bodie-benton narrow gauge railroad. although the train never actually made it into benton, its role in bodie’s history is great.,explore bodie ghost town ️ free fun guides,standard mine & mill. no matter where you go in town, the standard mine and mill dominates the view on the far hill. even though the area is closed to the public, it is worth taking a stroll along the mill to see the reason that bodie existed in the first place. according to my guide, it
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