Townsite Sentinel Puzzle

Townsite Sentinel
2022 photo by Sue Nielsen

The Cobalt Historical Society is excited to present this puzzle, part of series featuring historic Cobalt sites.

The Townsite Mine head frame and the Glory Hole are Sites 1 and 2 on the Heritage Silver Trail in Cobalt, Ontario (Canada).

Ontario Northland Railway , the company that owns the Townsite Mine property, has declared both sites off limits to vistors. People can view the head frame easily from a safe distance, but the Glory Hole is hidden from view. There is an aerial photo on the back of the box to show both.

WMPub#2999 | 23.4" x 16.5" finished size; 504 pieces | $30.00

Puzzles from the Cobalt Historical Society

Giachino's - CHS Puzzle Oblin's - CHS Puzzle The Iconic Right of Way Mine

Giachino's a Cobalt puzzle featuring the building we're in now as it was in 1945 as a grocery store

Oblin's Cash & Carry a Cobalt puzzle features this grocery as it was in 1945 on Lang Street.

The Iconic Right of Way Mine Taken from a recent photo by Charles Dumaresq.

Right of Way Reflections Cobalt ONR Station Cobalt Public School

Right of Way Mine Reflections Taken from a recent photo by Sue Nielsen.

Ontario Northland Railway Station Cobalt this Cobalt puzzle features the station as it was in 1945.

Cobalt Public School from a photo circa 1955

Silver Miller Mine Buffalo Mine Buffalo Mine

Silver Miller Mine as it was photographed circa 1950

Buffalo Mine & Water Tower -a George Cassidy print

Nipissing 96 -a George Cassidy print

Townsite Mine

Townsite Sentinel 2022 photograph by Sue Nielsen