Colorado Ghost Town Photography - Wall Street, Colorado
Originally known as Delphi, the area was consolidated by a Wall Street Banker who bought up all the claims and renamed the area Wall Street. As explained in Ken Jessen's books, Charles Caryl was attempting to turn the town into a Utopian paradise. Eventually, the mill shut down due to depts and its equipment was moved to Sugarloaf. It is not known if a post office did exist, but today the town has several buildings of that era. The historic Assay Office now operates as a museum and the mill foundations are a wonder to see.