Bromley Trail and Bromley Ranch Roadhouse.
The Granite Creek Preservation Society is seeking the public’s assistance to locate a missing Trail.
The Bromley Trail, used during the 1885 Granite Creek Gold Rush, has been lost over time. It was probably last traversed in its entirety around 1918.
The Bromley Trail was a short cut to the Granite Creek Town Site and was described as very narrow and steep. It was approximately 15 miles long. The Granite Creek Preservation Society would also like to know the exact location of the old Bromley Ranch Roadhouse, which was the starting point for the Trail. This stopping point for prospectors was somewhere near where the Dewdney Trail crossed Bromley Creek, south of Princeton.
If you have any information regarding this Trail and/or Roadhouse, including old photographs or maps, please contact the Granite Creek Preservation Society at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your help.
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