Collins House

Address: 616 West Main Street, Lead, South Dakota, \N, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 616 West Main Street, Lead, is near Broken Boot Gold Mine, Silverado, Homestake Mine, and Black Hills Mining Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Lead

Followng a lead

A travel blog entry by ianjordan on Jun 28, 2014

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We took off from Hot springs fairly early (for us at least). We had decided that we would head for the town of Wall, South Dakota. This little town is home to "Wall Drug" a national highway icon for decades. They initially became famous for their promise of "free ice water" to all travellers on the lonely prairie.

To get there we decided that we3 should take the highway straight up to Rapid city, avoiding the Wind Caves National and Custer State Parks, ...

Deadwood SD

A travel blog entry by theprocters on Jun 20, 2014

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... operations in the US from the 1800's to the 21st century. According to Wikipedia, when they started selling shares in 1879, Homestake became the longest-listed stock in the history of the New York Stock Exchange. We came upon The Broken Boot Gold Mine and enjoyed a tour of this authentic, but not so successful, mine. I don't know how the miners worked under those conditions for $2.00/day. We finally arrived ...

Roaming in Wyoming

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa on Aug 07, 2013

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... northwest corner I am also saving them for next trip. But my first stop in the state was a good one, Devil's Tower. Heading there I thought, how impressive can a hunk of rock be? The answer is: pretty darn. For starters, in 1906 Teddy Roosevelt designated the Tower as America's very first National Monument. 867 feet tall with a base diameter of 1,000 ft.. Not so imposing as you ...

Wyoming at last! Sundance... and Butch

A travel blog entry by frguido on Jun 14, 2013

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... part of eastern Wyoming known as the "Hole in the Wall", famous as a hiding place for rustlers and bank robbers. The cabin in which they lived was subsequently moved to Old Trail Town in Cody, WY. They robbed trains and banks for some 20 years, but the advent of the telephone and telegraph made it harder for them to hide and the gang broke up in 1901. Butch and Sundance, along with ...

Deadwood Part 2

A travel blog entry by jenjenjen09 on Jul 10, 2012

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Day 9
Today we found out the RV park didn't get the washing machines in yet. So we had to find a place in town to wash. Luckily it was five minutes away. Whatta ya know, theres slot machines in the laundry mat! Tony hit for 10$ LOL
Clothes all washed we walked over to Days of 76 Museum. The museum was right next to the RV spot. They had a great collection of ...