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Throughout the canyon can be found numerous other crumbling structures, mine shafts, foundations, and the old railroad bridges that crossed the creek.
The cemetery provides an overgrown look at the past in its few marked and unmarked headstones.
The financial problems finally got so bad, that the miners reorganized under the United Mine Workers Union in 1933 and with the unions help, were finally paid regularly.
At its peak, the mine employed about 125 miners and the town supported about 500 people.
The ghost town of Sego is about another mile or so on up the canyon.The stone walls of the old American Fuel Company Store continue to stand, though its windows and roof are long gone.Nearby, are the walls of another stone building, as well as the two-story, crumbling wood "American boarding house.They also renamed the settlement Neslin, for the general manager of the American Fuel Company, Richard Neslin.
In 1914, the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad built a spur line from Thompson to the coal camp, which crossed the stream 13 times in its five mile journey.That year, they secured electricity from Columbia, Utah, some 100 miles away at a cost of more than 0,000, placing more financial strain on the company.