Search / 2397 results found

from
to

Visitors to the Sumpter Valley Dredge State Heritage Site can tour the interior of the last dredge that mined gold in the Powder River Valley.

The Sumpter Valley Railroad depot in Sumpter is located on the same road that leads to the gold dredge state park site.

A cast-iron monitor used by hydraulic miners is on display at the Cracker Creek Museum of Mining in Sumpter.

An antique dragline machine is on display at the Cracker Creek Museum of Mining in Sumpter.

Citywide flea markets are set up across Sumpter for the Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day weekends.

This machine on display at the Cracker Creek Museum of Mining in Sumpter combined a 1900-era cone crusher with a 1950s-era gasoline engine.

Visitors read about the equipment on the Sumpter No. 3 gold mining dredge in Sumpter.

Gold dredges in the Powder River Vally removed about 128,570 troy ounces of gold. The last dredge is still intact at a state park in Sumpter.

The Sumpter No. 3 gold mining dredge operated in the Powder River Valley from 1935 to 1954. It’s now on display in a state park in Sumpter.

The Sumpter No. 3 gold mining dredge operated in the Powder River Valley from 1935 to 1954. It's now on display in a state park in Sumpter.