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by Colorado Historical Society (CHS.X5510, Zellers Collection), All rights reserved

Ore processing sheds, tailings and settle ponds at what's thought to be the Shamrock Mine, along the San Miguel River in Uravan, Colorado (c. 1940-1950)

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