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Home > Wyoming > Kemmerer vicinity > Sublet Mine No. 6, Fan House, North structure, west side of Willow Creek Valley,, Kemmerer, Lincoln County, WY



B&W Photos
Fan House From Northeast
HB1305877
Fan House From Northeast
Fan House From Southeast
HB1305878
Fan House From Southeast
Stevens 10 Ft Fan In Fan House, From Northeast
HB1305879
Stevens 10 Ft Fan In Fan House, From Northeast
Doors To Fan Room In Fan House, From North
HB1305880
Doors To Fan Room In Fan House, From North
Detail Of Hinges On Rising Door (open) That Regulates Air Flow
HB1305881
Detail Of Hinges On Rising Door (open) That Regulates Air Flow
Steel Doors And Passages In South Room Of Fan House That Regulate Flow Of Air
HB1305882
Steel Doors And Passages In South Room Of Fan House That Regulate Flow Of Air
Detail Of Stonework And Passage From South Room Of Fan House To Fan Room, Looking North
HB1305883
Detail Of Stonework And Passage From South Room Of Fan House To Fan Room, Looking North


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Item Title


Location
west side of Willow Creek Valley, Kemmerer vicinity, WY

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER WY-54-C
Significance: The fan house performed a critical function within the complex by providing ventilation to the underground mine workers. // Constructed of cut stone and concrete in its lower level with brick walls above, the lower level was divided into air passageways with doors to regulate the flow of air; contains 10 ft. Stevens fan. Constructed in 1913 as an integral part of the Sublet Mine No. 6, built, operated and owned by Kemmerer Coal Company; ceased production 1927.

Subjects
Ruins
Fan Houses


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. FAN HOUSE FROM NORTHEAST
2. FAN HOUSE FROM SOUTHEAST
3. STEVENS 10 FT FAN IN FAN HOUSE, FROM NORTHEAST
4. DOORS TO FAN ROOM IN FAN HOUSE, FROM NORTH
5. DETAIL OF HINGES ON RISING DOOR (OPEN) THAT REGULATES AIR FLOW
6. STEEL DOORS AND PASSAGES IN SOUTH ROOM OF FAN HOUSE THAT REGULATE FLOW OF AIR
7. DETAIL OF STONEWORK AND PASSAGE FROM SOUTH ROOM OF FAN HOUSE TO FAN ROOM, LOOKING NORTH


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