Eureka, Colorado ca 1900

Sanna Dullaway

Nynäshamn, Sweden

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This Photograph was taken by William H. Jackson smack in the middle of San Juan Mountains in southwestern Colorado, in roughly this spot looking south: https://goo.gl/mZe43T. If you drop the little street view guy into one of the photospheres (taken by Seth) you will see a beautiful panorama depicting the same mountains you can see in Jackson’s photo. If you turn around in the sphere you can also get a peek of the remaining foundations of Sunnyside Mill, which was the main source of income for Eureka, and it’s closing in 1939 led to Eureka quickly becoming a ghost town.

Today there is a campground, and the only remaining structure is the tiny Eureka Jail.

Hope you enjoy the colors!

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