Eureka was the largest of the early Tintic mining camps. From humble
beginnings it would grow to become the largest city and the center of commerce for the entire region. The Tintic Mining District
was formally organized in... more to come later...
of Eureka looking SE. Bullion-Beck hoisting works and surface buildings at the center left, with the great Eureka Hill mine,
ore bins, and dumps at center and upper center right. c.1898
scene looking west along main street toward the Gemini mine and the Bullion-Beck mill in the far distance. c.1910