Magma Smelter


This photograph was taken inside the abandoned 300′ tall smelter smokestack. The Magma Smelter operated from 1914-1971. While much of the operation has been cleaned up, the stack, power house, machine shop, railroad round house and a few other various buildings remain. Its history can be traced back even further to the 1880’s when the Silver Queen Mine became a huge producer of copper ore despite its original beginnings as a silver mine. In 1910, William Boyce Thompson purchased it, naming the company The Magma Copper Company.

MEDIUM: Fine art print (unframed)
STANDARD PRINT SIZES: 8×12, 12×18, 16×24
CROPPED PRINT SIZES: 8×10, 11×14, 16×20

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This listing is for an single and unframed open edition print. It is printed on a matte paper that has a lustre finish, which has beautifully saturated colors, a subtle texture, and a slight sheen without being glossy.

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8×10, 8×12, 11×14, 12×18, 16×20, 16×24