WEST JUNEAU WEEKLY PICTURE Rock Doves all in a row In the background: Gastineau Channel – Juneau Harbor, the South Franklin Street waterfront, and Mt. Roberts. The powerlines with the visible insulators haven’t been used by the power company since July 10, 1983 after the 1982 West Juneau Substation was converted to 69KV. This section … Continue reading "Rock Doves all in a row"
WEST JUNEAU WEEKLY PICTURE Princess Cruises’ Sapphire Princess in the Juneau Harbor AJ (Mine) Steam Power Plant Building on the left and Mt. Roberts in the background. Picture by David Kent, 9:09 p.m. ADT, July 29, 2008, © 2011
WEST JUNEAU WEEKLY PICTURE Evergreen Bowl – Cope Park The old – circa 1908? (now demolished) 8th Street Reservoir is at the bottom left; 7th Street and Chicken Ridge are on the middle left; the Andrew P. Hope Building and part of West Willoughby Avenue are at the far upper left; part of the Casey-Shattuck … Continue reading "Evergreen Bowl – Cope Park"
Panorama of the Gold Creek Watershed from Mt. Juneau
WEST JUNEAU WEEKLY PICTURE Gastineau Peak on Mt. Roberts, a Steam Power Plant, and a Dock Just left of center is Gastineau Peak (3,666 ft.). The Alaska Juneau Gold Mining Co. (AJ) Auxiliary Steam Power Plant built in A.D. 1916 is at the lower left. Along the shore of Gastineau Channel at the Juneau harbor … Continue reading "Gastineau Peak on Mt. Roberts, a Steam Power Plant, and a Dock"