When Albert Seeley operated the Cosmopolitan Hotel, livery stable, and stage line, this area was used for the care and maintenance of his livestock. Sheds stored feed, tack, and tools. There were originally two windmills to provide enough water for his operation. A blacksmith shop did repairs on wagons and made shoes for the horses.
Today the reconstructed outbuildings house part of the Roscoe “Pappy” Hazard carriage collection. Our blacksmiths and woodworker operate out of the former Blackhawk Livery Stable. We have reconstructed one of the two Tustin windmills.