Colorados Living Ghost Town!: Splash Page
(www.coloradostylepublishing.com/silverplume.html) One of the most unique things about Silver Plume is the way the town has set up it\\\'s site tour. All you really must do is park your vehicle and stroll through the town of Silver Plume to have one of the best historical tours in Colorado.
Old US highway 6 in Georgetown & Silver Plume: Splash Page
(www.geocities.com/mapguygk07/Misc/Georgetown/) The little town of Silver Plume (elevation 9118) occupies a wide spot in the upper Clear Creek valley. Transportation is a problem in this steep valley. In 1884 this problem was solved by the Georgetown Loop.
Silver Plume: Splash Page
(www.clearcreekfire.com/Silver%20Plume%20Station.htm) In 1884 a saloon caught fire and destroyed every building in a three block area along Main Street in Silver Plume. Two years later the town purchased a hand pumper. Silver Plume now operates out of a modern station across from the Small Town Hall.
Silver Plume - Colorado Ghost Town: Splash Page
(www.ghosttowns.com/states/co/silverplume.html) The Pelican mine gave rise to this town in about 1870. A neighboring mine, the Dive, was so close the owners of the mines fought daily about each other encroaching on \\