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Comstock Bonanza Mine

Comstock Bonanza Mine

Date of photo: 1960s
Photographer: Unknown

Source: Facebook: Janice Oberding

Tags: comstock, comstockbonanzamine,

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De La Mare's Comstock Bonanza Mine was a tourist spot along the highway from Mound House to Silver City. Here you could pan for gold or take a tour of the mine. It was also designated as a fallout shelter by the U.S. Government.


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Date Uploaded: January 9, 2024

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb10161612116396532

Contributor: Janice Oberding on Facebook

Source: Facebook: Janice Oberding

Source URL: https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=10161612116396532&set=gm.10159791968306845&idorvanity=50952731844

Source Caption: Let's call this one Ye Old Fallout Shelter and the Mine....Here's a tourist with his son or grandson. They've explored the mine. And there is the fallout shelter sign....There were the bomb shelters and all the really cool people had one in their backyard. For those who happened to be away from home when the enemy dropped bombs there was the fallout shelter...A place to shelter from the deadly fallout of an atomic bomb--

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