|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
Black and white photograph of the Copperdale stage stop in Coal Creek Canyon. A wagon is fully loaded with people and three men are in front of the wagon. Caption on the bottom of photo sat Copperdale Stage All Aboard for Crescent. The people on the stage are likely on their way up to the train stop at Crescent for a day trip to Mammoth.
Mammoth was today's Tolland. In 1904, up to 11 trains per day carried visitors to Mammoth. It was not uncommon for 1,000 visitors to be picnicking and exploring the valley in a day. The railroad eventually built a dance pavilion and a depot there.
|Photographer||Jully, Joe Otto Jr.|
|Copyright||All rights belong to Golden History Museums, City of Golden without restriction.|
|Collection||Permanent-Joseph Otto Jully Jr.|
Jully, Joseph Otto Jr.
Coal Creek Canyon