Thanks for all the input. Hit pay dirt. Found picture in Gazette mentioned, and then able to find Joe's plans in structures book by Joe Crea. With the pictures showing orientation and Mike Blazek's Como folio the picture is much clearer. May start a build of Pitkin coaling dock in near future.
Jim, that is pretty common to find that Mill's were just known by location, the real name being of no interest supposedly to the Photographer or Recorder. Not many bothered to find out either, some even calling it by names of nearby mines due to lack of information. This leads to some frustrating wild-goose chase and in other cases opens up a whole new area to explore.
The Jewell Mill shows up behind the Hotel in this view of Main St.
...Can anyone help me with the Pitkin city map and any pictures of the coaling facilities (I think there was a coaling chute). Also any pictures of the Como coaling facilities?
As others have noted, the coaling facilities were very different. The coal chute at Pitkin has bins similar to the other C&S narrow gauge coal chutes except Como, but has piles with round posts instead of the trestle bents with square timbers on all of the other C&S NG chutes. The Como coal dock has a different style of bins from a different manufacturer, and is the only coal chute on the C&S narrow gauge with walls and a roof to enclose the track.
Here is a map of Pitkin based on the ICC maps from 1917:
And this shows that map superimposed over a modern aerial photo:
Wow, this is great thanks so much. The info on the bents will help make this more accurate. Hope to begin building in the next 6-8 weeks. The map overlay really helps, we were in Pitkin last year so I can match up my photos with this.