Coffee and cream gets a hot little kick from this liqueur, but the bourbon-based cream is at its best in Headframe
's signature cocktail: The Dirty Girl.
With the city's rich culture and history in mind, the McKees opened Headframe
Spirits so friends could gather together to drink some spirits and tell old stories about Butte ...
Cllr Steve Kay observed: "It's better to have a very slim pole almost in the trees than extending the size and headframe
of the other mast."
The City of Cobalt Mining Company received permission to erect a headframe
that encroached partly on Miller Avenue; and the town had no objections to the Nancy Helen mining on city roads as long as the company did not interfere with or endanger public travel.
They climbed up the pit headframe
-the structure with the wheel that winds the workers down to the coalface -and blocked it with girders so we couldn't go down to work.
The joint venture's shaft contract, following a 45 m presink, is to sink to a depth of 1,090 m at a 6.4 m diameter, construct the headframe
, 14 off-shaft station excavations and rock loading facilities and two 180 m deep ventilation shafts.
A prow-shaped battlement of concrete and brick, the Overlook is perched on the easternmost edge of the Hill, between the Berkeley Pit and the Yankee Doodle Tailings Pond, offering a bird's-eye view of the Granite Mountain headframe
The flywheel on the headframe
was an oversized mutation of a child's pinwheel, its blades whirling like stylized knives high over the cage that sank abruptly through the stage floor - "Meat coming down!" - to transport the miners to the seams.
There is a headframe
and holding pond, equipment shed, maybe a Cat or backhoe.
They would note the same basic elements at each site: the entrance to the mine (often with a headframe
to house the hoist), the mill where valuable ore was at least partially separated from the worthless rock, a dump where unmarketable debris was discarded, a general store or business district, an owner's or manager's mansion, supervisors' homes, workers' cabins, and perhaps also a church or school.