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Rains Mine, Bathhouse, Old Rains Townsite, Spring Canyon, Standardville, Carbon County, UT



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B&W Photos

HB1129387
View Of South Side Of Bathhouse

HB1129388
View Of Southeast Corner Of Bathhouse

HB1129389
View Of East Front Of Bathhouse

HB1129390
View Of North Side Of Bathhouse

HB1129391
View Of West Rear Of Bathhouse

HB1129392
Interior View Of Bathhouse Snowing Shower Stalls, Looking West

HB1129393
Interior View Of Bathhouse Showing Main Hallway, Looking West

HB1129394
Interior View Of Bathhouse Showing Main Hallway, Looking East

HB1129395
Interior View Of Bathhouse Showing Changing Stalls, Looking West

HB1129396
Interior View Of Bathhouse Showing Changing Stall, Looking South

HB1129397
Interior View Of Bathhouse Showing Changing Room, Looking West

HB1129398
Interior View Of Bathhouse Showing Changing Room, Looking West

HB1129399
Interior View Of Bathhouse Showing Basement Boiler Room, Looking South


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Item Title


Location
Spring Canyon, Standardville+vicinity, UT

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER UT-54
Building/structure dates: 1916 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1930
Significance: The Rains Bathhouse is associated with events that have made significant contributions to the broad patterns of our history, i.e., early 20th century coal mining in Utah and the western United States. The bathhouse is an integral part of the overall Rains mining operation and the associated Rains community. It is a unique component of the coal mining industry and is the only intact example remaining in the Spring Canyon district. The foundation and basement walls also reflect Italian stone masonry techniques that are the most important architectural contribution of this district. The site retains sufficient integrity of setting and physical integrity to convey feeling and association with its period of historical significance.

Related Names
Carbon Fuel Company


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. VIEW OF SOUTH SIDE OF BATHHOUSE
2. VIEW OF SOUTHEAST CORNER OF BATHHOUSE
3. VIEW OF EAST FRONT OF BATHHOUSE
4. VIEW OF NORTH SIDE OF BATHHOUSE
5. VIEW OF WEST REAR OF BATHHOUSE
6. INTERIOR VIEW OF BATHHOUSE SNOWING SHOWER STALLS, LOOKING WEST
7. INTERIOR VIEW OF BATHHOUSE SHOWING MAIN HALLWAY, LOOKING WEST
8. INTERIOR VIEW OF BATHHOUSE SHOWING MAIN HALLWAY, LOOKING EAST
9. INTERIOR VIEW OF BATHHOUSE SHOWING CHANGING STALLS, LOOKING WEST
10. INTERIOR VIEW OF BATHHOUSE SHOWING CHANGING STALL, LOOKING SOUTH
11. INTERIOR VIEW OF BATHHOUSE SHOWING CHANGING ROOM, LOOKING WEST
12. INTERIOR VIEW OF BATHHOUSE SHOWING CHANGING ROOM, LOOKING WEST
13. INTERIOR VIEW OF BATHHOUSE SHOWING BASEMENT BOILER ROOM, LOOKING SOUTH


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